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susan-sonnen's picture
Apr.26.2013
no tulips -someday, a houseof my own
susan-sonnen's picture
Apr.22.2013
Cat and mouse.At my bedroom doorway,The corpse.
susan-sonnen's picture
Apr.17.2013
same branchnew raindrops 
susan-sonnen's picture
Apr.13.2013
game of chasetwitterssparrows 
susan-sonnen's picture
Apr.09.2013
  Outside my window, A feathered soprano. Sunrise concert.  
susan-sonnen's picture
Apr.05.2013
At last!Green pokes its headOut of the ground!  
susan-sonnen's picture
Apr.04.2013
Winged light -Soft white chestsOf sparrows. 
kelly-tweeddale's picture
Mar.21.2013
In honor of World Poetry Day and Malala's return to school. Surrounded by menthat refuse to see womenBlind to our power. (c) 2013 Kelly Tweeddale
jane-wilson's picture
Jan.13.2013
I googled "haiku." My search revealed "How to Write a Haiku Poem" on WikiHow. The following list of "Related WikiHows" appeared at the end.* How to Divide Words Into Syllables How to Write a Concrete Poem How to Write a Love Poem How to Define Love How to Exercise an Open Mind How to do...
pat-perrin's picture
Jan.12.2013
  If you’re at all serious as a writer (or sculptor, painter, composer, fishing-fly maker, or anything else that involves creative work), you’ve surely gotten some lesson—a sort of epiphany, even—that had a last impact on your work. I was just re-reading Harold G. Henderson’s classic book...