Monthly Archives: December 2011

Snow bird

The haiku in the link below that featured on Every Day Poets today was inspired by a crow in my local park. The bird, with feathers that shimmered blue-black, was on the path in front of me as I walked back home from my … Continue reading

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An incy wincy (or itsy bitsy) haiku…

of mine has been published in this issue of Shamrock, Journal of the Irish Haiku Society, but it’s so small you might not see it! 🙂 My other news is that Shamrock is celebrating its fifth birthday and has published the SHAMROCK HAIKU JOURNAL: … Continue reading

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Of lost weekends in a cottage in Donegal…

I was really pleased when my haiku, ‘Donegal summer’, was accepted for the first issue of One Hundred Gourds, a new international journal of haiku, haibun, haiga and tanka poetry. The poem was inspired by great weekends spent in the eighties in a … Continue reading

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