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Kat Lehmann 13h
Let's start with something new, like a new collection to be released this summer. Here's a from page 2.
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Alan Summers 19h
Replying to @ThePoetryPea
Here is a response about what if...? The Beat Is Back haibun (prose and haiku) inspired by Jack Kerouac and On The Road, Old Angel Midnight, and Dharma Bums, and history of haibun
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Sally G Cronin Apr 17
Smorgasbord Poetry – – Circles of Life by Sally Cronin
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Human/Kind Journal Apr 15
Click through to read Gautam Nadkarni's full "Theory Weary" featured in Issue 1.4. "Uncle Al, you may have convinced the world of physicists that you are onto something hot, but unfortunately you draw no dice whatsoever with your sister."
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davidgeary Apr 13
during the workshop / on how to manage change / the leader confessed / he himself had done a workshop / on being comfortable with / ... silence ... / Did we have any questions? / ... No / No, we didn't.
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Alan Summers Apr 13
Replying to @plumfield_haiku
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Jason Mackey Apr 16
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Stella Pierides 8h
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Kathabela Wilson Apr 10
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Jason Mackey 17h
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Alan Summers Apr 12
Replying to @shalomike01
I'm sure people would love to see the whole piece, so here is the wonderful journal that the haibun appears! :-)
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Kathabela Wilson 23h
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Jason Mackey Apr 17
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Kaspa Thompson Apr 14
I slow down to read poetry. What does poetry sound like when it is a fast moving blur, a ball of fur and teeth and excitement?
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Jason Mackey Apr 12
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Human/Kind Journal Apr 12
Click through to read Natalia L Rudychev's and view her introspective from Issue 1.4. "Magical things happen to me—meeting the same wild owl twice in the middle of Manhattan (what are the chances?) is just an example..."
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Human/Kind Journal Apr 16
Click through to read Andy McLellan's lovely "Wild" from Issue 1.4. "No one would call me green-fingered and plants in my care are rather taking their chances. Best intentions are soon forgotten..."
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Mike Rehling Apr 14
Ron Moss's Birthday today! Look at his YouTube Page Videos and SUBSCRIBE to his page.
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Frank J. Tassone Apr 14
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John Hawkhead Apr 14
The April issue of cattails from the UHTS is out at :. I have a haiga between its pages alongside lots of excellent work from people connected here:
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