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423 weeks ago @ Akasakana Haiku/俳句... - メリル・アン・... · 1 reply · +1 points

Dear Emiko, I am delighted with your presentation. I learned brush stroke when I was very young but due to a physical condition can no longer do it with the character I was once able to do, so I've sort of translated some techniques of brush stroke to the pen. You can see it more in some than in others. Many thanks for this honor of having my art shared with your friends.

444 weeks ago @ tinywords - Previous Post · 0 replies · +2 points

transfixed
by a traffic jam

444 weeks ago @ tinywords - Previous Post · 2 replies · +2 points

a bird calls from outside
drawing you to the door

444 weeks ago @ tinywords - Previous Post · 0 replies · +2 points

first crocus
the computer downloads
double photos
~~~ Looks like this sudden warmth around here is not only having an effect on me but my computer as well! Been in a daze all day! Perfect haiku for today!

453 weeks ago @ tinywords - Auto Draft · 0 replies · +3 points

Lorin, this is great... the last turn the most revealing! Love this haiku...it's on my all time keeper list.

454 weeks ago @ tinywords - Auto Draft · 0 replies · +1 points

the journey grows longer
with many turnings of the road

454 weeks ago @ tinywords - Auto Draft · 0 replies · +1 points

Happy New Year, Charlie. I surely hope that this weekend has surrounded you with good friends and all the affection entering new beginnings together bring for you. I wish you all good things.

455 weeks ago @ tinywords - Auto Draft · 0 replies · +2 points

Oh, How I've loved this chapbook..."dead reckoning"... finding our way when there are no fixed reference points along the way.... Much appreciated. Merrill

456 weeks ago @ tinywords - Auto Draft · 0 replies · +1 points

Life has a way of doing that, doesn't it Susan... love your haiku.

456 weeks ago @ tinywords - Next Post · 0 replies · +3 points

along her path
flowers turn toward each changing
of the sun

Love the haiga, Susan...it draws me into it...invites me to share the experience.