Author Archives: seaviewwarrenpoint

About seaviewwarrenpoint

I am a writer and artist from Warrenpoint, Northern Ireland.

Three Drops from a Cauldron – Samhain Issue

Thanks to writer and editor Kate Garrett,  my poetry and artwork feature in this spooky issue of Three Drops from a Cauldron. It’s good to be in the company of such fine writers and artists at Halloween. Thanks also to editors Chase Gagnon and … Continue reading

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Familiar face

Below is a haiga, in this case a combination of a senryu and photograph, in response to a writing prompt on Creative Writing Ink

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More than just music at the Fiddler’s Green festival

UPDATE!

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Daily Haiku: June 7, 2018

Originally posted on Charlotte Digregorio's Writer's Blog:
on the mend . . . this long afternoon stitched by swallows by Marion Clarke  (Northern Ireland) tinywords, Issue 17.1, May 31, 2017 ?

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Published this week on the Africa Haiku Network …

 

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EarthRise Rolling

The Haiku Foundation’s EarthRise Rolling Haiku Collaboration with the theme ‘Year of the Bird’  received a record 779 responses this year – that’s 779 breathtaking, poignant, humorous and beautiful haiku. I have a few in there. Once I started, it was … Continue reading

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When wildflowers aren’t wildflowers …

, Well done to Paul T. Corrigan, whose poem I selected as winner of Rattle Poetry “Artist’s Choice Award” in their recent Ekphrastic Challenge. A detail from a cottage scene in the Mourne Mountains here in Northern Ireland was the … Continue reading

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Greetings from the east coast! A couple of haiga from these parts…

For those unfamiliar with this term, a haiga is a combination of short form poetry such as haiku or tanka and artwork. Welcome to those of you who are visiting this blog via Rattle Poetry. I look forward to reading your … Continue reading

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Of giants and dwarves…

UPDATE! My haibun, ‘Finding Narnia’ inspired by this grove of twelve redwoods in Kilbroney Forest Park, Rostrevor, is featured in the January edition of Contemporary Haibun Online. Original Post… HAIKU MASTERS in Kyoto Broadcast live on NHK World, Japan, December … Continue reading

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Scryptic Magazine – a trip to the dark side

Why not take a look at the deliciously dark material that is Scryptic Magazine… Much obliged to editors Chase Gagnon and Lori A Minor for selecting my haibun as runner up in the journal’s inaugural Halloween competition. I had been researching … Continue reading

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