Monthly Archives: April 2015

Thursday Night Under the Stars at the Haikulodeon

This week’s heap of haikus is dedicated to Love … and to my lovely grand-niece, Jessica and her intended, Kyle, who are having their engagement party this Saturday.   Since I am making the trip to Pennsylvania to be with them, … Continue reading

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A Late Blooming Friday Afternoon at the Haikulodeon

Here’s this week’s heap of haikus: – Desire often hides behind the structures of our lives seeking permission. — Sometimes I see things … that no-one else seems to see … and that worries me. — When you look at … Continue reading

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A Freshly Fleshy Friday Afternoon at the Haikulodeon

Here’s this week’s heap of haikus: Spring arrives, it leaves; the glorious sight of bare branches ‘gainst the sky. — Easter haiku quartet: Jesus loves Springtime the world arises from the cold, dead of winter. Roll back the rock or … Continue reading

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Another Darned Good Friday Afternoon at the Haikulodeon

Here’s this week’s heap of haiku: Happy would-have-been 124nd birthday to my maternal grandmother, Agnes Mulry Tracy Tharp. – April 4, 1891-1951 Though I never knew, my grandmother, I learned the lessons she passed on. —  The stack of papers, … Continue reading

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