“The Palo Verde Weeps” #Haibun

I always love the beginning of the month's poetry challenge because poets choose a form and write about the things that mean the most to them. As the number of coronavirus infections and deaths continues to climb in Arizona, I leave at sunrise for my early morning walks to avoid contact with others. I've discovered … Continue reading “The Palo Verde Weeps” #Haibun

Seeking Serenity, #Gogyohka or #Modern #Tanka

Whew! What a busy week it's been. I've struggled to find time to work on my new poetry book amid a series of events which interfered in my time, every day. Between a four-hour power outage in my neighborhood, and the daily mess and noise from a new-build next door, I'm struggling for time to … Continue reading Seeking Serenity, #Gogyohka or #Modern #Tanka