High Winds, Haiku

I don’t know about you, friend, but March has been a windswept month for me. These petite poems represent a few swift-moving moments of reflection. I am grateful for the precious time to reflect and pen haiku at the end of the day, and I hope you enjoy these gusts of inspiration.

Essence of the Earth Megan Duncanson


    1. Thank you, John. Good Morning. 🌞 I am just getting back from the night class I teach on Thursdays. We were all so tired tonight. I suggested a standing exercise, and they begged me to let them stay seated. Ah, well, I am now ready for the weekend to recharge.

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      1. Right now, I teach writing courses during the day. But at night, it’s my English language learner classes. A hard-working bunch, but it’s the end of the day, so zzzzz. No, I have to keep it peppy. I enjoy this semester’s bunch quite a bit, though.

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  1. Glorious, all. “the suns a seeding” is my fav line, and the first haiku is my fav overall. Wonderful poetry, K. Have you ever thought of adding the #poetry tag to your Tweets? I’m selfishly wondering as I always scroll that hashtag. 😁

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    1. Thank you. I’m glad you enjoyed it and thank you for the hashtag recommendation. I will explore it for both reading and writing. Although I admit with Twitter, I tend to get and get out of the pool rather quickly, as it can be a bit murky in there. 😂

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      1. That’s exactly so, K. It is our responsibility to self advocate, and it is similar to self love. So, when will you add the hashtags to your poems. Hahaha. 😂 It’s fun conversing with you, my friend. Cheers.


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