Category Archives: Haiku

Poetry Friday: Late Edition

Thanks to Kiesha at Whispers from the Ridge for hosting Poetry Friday. I should know better than to wait until Friday to write my post.  So I’m late and living the “better late than never” theme. On Monday, I posted these … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: Two Person Rengay

Thank you Penny for hosting today at her blog. Last Saturday, I took a class on haiku as part of my birthday present to me.  It was offered by Margaret Chula (Maggie), a Portland poet.  The Milwaukie Ledding Library is home … Continue reading

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February 1: #10 Words

Laura Shovan has had a yearly poetry challenge in February, her birthday month.  Last year  it was found objects.  For her fifth year, she’s chosen the theme of pulling ten words from a variety of news articles with a listed … Continue reading

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SOL: My OLW for 2017

Thanks to Two Writing Teachers for providing a place to share our weekly SOLs. Well, this month hasn’t gone as planned.  No review of my 2016 OLW: FOCUS (guess I wasn’t focused) and I feel behind in writing about 2017’s … Continue reading

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01/23/2017

frozen lake geese skid to a stop but not words

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Poetry Friday: Found Haiku from William Stafford

Yes, I am cross posting and also creating a found haiku from this poem. Thank you to  Violet at Violet Nesdoly | Poems for hosting Poetry Friday. Throughout January in Oregon, one can find many celebrations honoring William Stafford born this … Continue reading

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SOL: One Thousand

Thankful that it’s Tuesday and time for a slice of life.  Thanks to Two Writing Teachers for holding a space to share. Get out the party hats and  throw confetti. This is my 1000 post on this blog. Woohoo! thousand posts … Continue reading

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