slow rain on tired tulips; waxing moon rising. clouds make me sleepy. for blog action today, october 15, 2010, i am posting 15 water poems in 15 hours. Change.org|Start Petition
Change.org|Start Petition for blog action today, october 15, 2010, i am posting 15 water poems in 15 hours. this is poem #9, another haiku: twelve broken lanterns on a rainy, slippery bridge. such pleasing, soft light. by isabella mori
for blog action day today, october 15, 2010, i am posting 15 water poems in 15 hours. here’s #7: between green shadows a grey sky sends pearly light. raindrops soft and thin. Change.org|Start Petition
in my long-suffering attempts to organize my internet life better, i’m going to see what it’s like if i post the occasional link article. so here’s a stroll through the links open on august 1, with the first paragraph of each post so that you can get an idea what it’s all about. you may… Continue reading links: psychology, morality, social media and dogs
blossoms, grass, wind – i inhale with all my pores this rich april night i’m not the only one writing haiku these days. disordered cosmos does, too, describing her (his?) PhD, the metaphoratorium has something to say about the rosetta stone, and these people do it all backwards.
moving right along here with NaPoWriMo and a poem every day … today: 5 haiku. fading, the noises draw her ears out. she listens. but the song is gone. longer and longer. it takes. for the sun to drown. in… the.. pacific. washing the dishes under the old neon lamp. clean cup. wrinkled hands. alone… Continue reading haiku
yesterday, we had a ladies day out. in celebration of visiting the little town of haiku on maui, we all wrote some haiku: the clouds are parting what a glorious sun-sight welcome home ladies january women lapping up the maui wind clouds rush to the sea their shouts of defiance echo through ‘iao valley damning… Continue reading haiku in haiku
today, i’d like to serve you up – arse dribble! that’s what stephen fry calls experimental poetry. don’t worry, there’s more on the menu. jim murdoch over at the truth about lies has a good post on poetry and meaning, where he lays out two styles of experimental poetry – ‘decoder ring’ and ‘the emperor’s… Continue reading poetry, meaning and ‘arse dribble’