Category Archives: Poetry

sailing #midnighthaiku

wings carry wishes sailing on bright-feathered dreams river flows onwards

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D.Wallace Peach reviews Midnight Haiku…

A wonderful review from D.Wallace Peach at Myths of the Mirror… I read this lovely collection of 365 haiku over a few days, but honestly it should take a year to fully savor them. For that reason, I plan to … Continue reading

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Finale #midnighthaiku

ancient art of death final thoughts turned to the ‘now’ bringing life to life

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Di from pensitivity101 reviews Midnight Haiku

What can I say? I started and carried on until I’d finished. I have always enjoyed walks in the forest, along the beach, or through parks. We miss so much in our daily lives, taking it for granted and not … Continue reading

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Small #midnighthaiku

small miracles poised waiting for acknowledgement engineered for flight perfection designed inspiring awe and wonder vive la difference… their diversity we do well to remember just echoes our own

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Magic #midnighthaiku

random memories conjured from dusty archives giving birth to smiles *

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My Mother’s Hands

A repost of an old poem in honour of Mother’s Day here in the UK… perhaps more poignant this year than ever…   I see my mother’s hands before my eyes The first caress that I had ever known, And … Continue reading

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chill #midnighthaiku

frosted fantasy cold starlight scatters jewels captured reflections *

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A new review of Life Lines: Poems from a Reflection

A wonderful review of Life Lines… The themes in Life Lines by Sue Vincent are varied, accessible and remarkable in their ability to let you see things through her eyes. Commonplace topics such as a sunset, are described so perfectly … Continue reading

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Midnight Haiku … #midnighthaiku

For around five years, I posted a haiku every night at midnight. I like the constraint of the seventeen syllables of the classic ‘haiku in English’, exploring brevity to capture multiple layers of meaning. I like the discipline of writing … Continue reading

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