It’s that icky sort of evening when you realize your government has officially taken away your constitutional right to choose. … More
This past month has been a tough one for me. A test of my will and patience in many ways … More
I don’t know about you, friend, but March has been a windswept month for me. These petite poems represent a … More
I crossed the longest mountain range overnight in a Boeing 757, last row from the back right by the restrooms. … More
I love how haiku challenges me to say a lot with a little. Here is February’s pitter patter of haiku … More
We purchased recycled paper this year, no bows or frills–nope, I said, not in this family. I wanted a celebration … More
As most of you know, I have an insatiable haiku habit that persists even during January’s usual hibernation. Here are … More
Brain’s been doing time. Nostalgia’s a real crime; your bars are sublime.
I have this insatiable haiku habit, and thought I’d share a batch this evening on WordPress. Wishing you a Merry … More
Refuse to regret, survival is true success. We are the champions. Michele from The M Files, guest-hosted Flashback Track Friday #45 … More
Millennials choose whether to hold jobs or drive, quick morning commute
Arms no longer bare,I wear cashmere to touch youand the fresh, fallen leaves.
Faded leaves shriveledto grey on a park hillsideforetell winter’s crunch. Bow of a ghost ship.Passengers with missing limbsshiver the timbers. … More
This Friday’s Flashback Track #42 asks listeners to share a song that describes how they currently feel. It’s been a … More
All elbows and knees, the moon’s been dieting; is emptiness enough?
Darkness tests the light. Cavernous years of living; hope’s forever bright.
Raspberry sorbet rests in a cone of foliage; nature’s double scoop.
The synchronized push-back of chairs reminds me of nails on a chalkboard. The decision’s been made, the paperwork signed, so … More
I almost forgot about April’s drip of haiku. With all the amazing poetry writing going on for NaPoWriMo I didn’t … More
Bulldozers remodel neighbor’s home, fallen timbers unforgiven. Pot-bellied men pin and tuck saggy bits, resurfacing structure. Gaudy new facade exposes … More
This month’s batch of haiku are nothing to sneeze at, so I hope you enjoy them. All feedback is welcome. … More