All the poetry goodness can be found at Buffy at Buffy Silverman this week. Thanks, Buffy.
I was rummaging around on my computer this week and found the following tritina I wrote in 2015. I don't really recall what the occasion was for me to write it and it doesn't appear to have been on my blog. I took the photo on the Glen Jackson Bridge on my way to school. October through January had some of the most spectacular early morning views.
This month I used my notebook almost daily to record a #gratiku. These are the last ten. (Two days on one two-page spread). If you click on each photo, the haiku is as a caption. (except two) #gratiku
I missed two days all month. Not bad.
#gratiku day 14
geese take flight
time for tea
#gratiku day 15
walk among the clouds
#gratiku day 16
great family mystery
his birth records- hen's teeth
down the rabbit hole
#gratiku day 17
tree shelters squirrels
"Umbrella" video from HOP TO IT
Yesterday's haiku reminded me
of the "Umbrella" video for my poem.
Sylvia Vardell created
on a recent zoom party for HOP IT IT.
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Let's Welcome 2021 with a Poetry Postcard
Did you know there are 42 days until 2020 ends? Woohoo! Let's celebrate the New Year with a New Year Postcard? In Japan, it’s called Nengajo, a Japanese custom of ushering in the new year.
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