Tag Archives: Haiku

Poetry Friday: Summer Visitor Haiku

Above is the Anna’s hummingbird which is a year round resident and a frequenter of my feeder.  But earlier in July I had a traveler appear, the Rufous hummingbird.  Much more brown in their feathers and according to All About … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: New Bridges, a haiku anthology

Thanks to Heidi at My Juicy Little Universe for heading up Poetry Friday this week. She has a terrific post on her week at PoFo Summer Poetry Teachers Institute. I’m popping in today to share some fabulous news. This anthology! … Continue reading

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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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NaPoWriMo 04/04/2017: Bushtits

This month, I am collaborating with nonfiction author and photographer, Christy Peterson.  You are invited to write and submit a poem based on the photo in the comments. grey vested bushtits twitter notes as they forage morning woodland walk © … Continue reading

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flicker waits as the wind howls feeder time

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morning walk red calypso sky storm warning BACKSTORY:  The sky was an incredible red this morning. Cold, crisp, in the teens.  I couldn’t help but think of the old sailor’s saying “Red sky at morning, sailors take warning.” We are … Continue reading

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bitter easterly wind eating beans out of a can warming center closed Backstory: As I drove the Glen Jackson Bridge this morning, the easterly wind battered my car and I thought of those living on the streets.

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