Monthly Archives: December 2014

A Festive Friday Afternoon at the Haikulodeon

Here’s this week’s heap of haikus: As the chaos fades, I pause to think hard about where to go from here. ( Photo courtesy Kristina Rebelo ) — double haiku: Diminishing light, the quiet insistence of each small breaking wave … Continue reading

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A Torturously Turbulent Friday Afternoon at the Haikulodeon

  Here’s this week’s heap of haikus: The Persimmon tree, bends only enough for me to pluck off some fruit. Sakai Hōitsu (Japanese, 1761–1828) | The Persimmon Tree — tanka haiku: “That’s me with Santa”… “Why are you on a … Continue reading

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A Drizzily Defiant Friday Afternoon at the Haikulodeon

Here’s this week’s heap of haikus: There are times when no words will suffice, we just need to look at flowers. — Stocking one’s larder is getting harder.  Prices from Grocers, grosser. — It’s one-zies, two-zies, then twenty-three skiddoo-zies, I’m … Continue reading

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