Tag Archives: haiku

Escaping the Doldrums

I have to admit, weekends aren’t what they used to be. In the past, they were something to look forward to–outings with family or friends, movies, shopping . . . without a mask. But mostly, we looked forward to family … Continue reading

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Seashells

Put away your phone Listen to seashells instead Shhh…shhh…shhhhhhhhhh   I’ve been away busy remiss the last few weeks, but figured I could shake seventeen syllables out of my muse, especially after my visit to the seashore last weekend! Other … Continue reading

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Haiku: The Power of Brevity

I had the privilege of writing about one of my favorite topics in the January/February issue of Southern Writers Magazine – haiku! I love to write haiku just for the sake of writing haiku. I even have a separate blog … Continue reading

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Greater Kansas City Japan Festival

I’m excited to head north to Kansas City this weekend for the Greater Kansas City Japan Festival. The festival is organized by a group of friendly, dedicated people and I look forward to seeing them again. This will be the … Continue reading

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Life: Haiku by Haiku

My new book, Life: Haiku by Haiku, contains more than 150 haiku. It is scheduled for release in April. Here’s an excerpt: the first crocus pokes bright yellow through icy snow long winter’s farewell I think many of us are anticipating … Continue reading

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