It was over in a blink, this month of frolicking fun, and I think the haiku I wrote reflect the … More
June’s regular heat wave has been amplified by both infuriating current events and my personal heated conflicts. I think this … More
Punctures, strangleholds Nobody likes her angry Won’t do what she’s told. © 2022 | K.Hartless A haiku for my own healing. … More
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
April’s patch of haiku are a bit thin due to National Poetry Writing Month. But, I’ve plucked a few of … More
I love how haiku challenges me to say a lot with a little. Here is February’s pitter patter of haiku … 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.
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
All elbows and knees, the moon’s been dieting; is emptiness enough?