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Haiku Tribute Challenge May 4

For May’s Per Diem feature on The Haiku Foundation website Carlos Colón has selected poems written as tributes to fellow haiku poets, but without indicating who the recipient of the tribute is. We challenge you to identify the poet being…

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Haiku Tribute Challenge May 3

For May’s Per Diem feature on The Haiku Foundation website Carlos Colón has selected poems written as tributes to fellow haiku poets, but without indicating who the recipient of the tribute is. We challenge you to identify the poet being…

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Haiku Tribute Challenge May 2

For May’s Per Diem feature on The Haiku Foundation website Carlos Colón has selected poems written as tributes to fellow haiku poets, but without indicating who the recipient of the tribute is. We challenge you to identify the poet being…

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Haiku Tribute Challenge May 1

For May’s Per Diem feature on The Haiku Foundation website Carlos Colón has selected poems written as tributes to fellow haiku poets, but without indicating who the recipient of the tribute is. We challenge you to identify the poet being…

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Per Diem for October: Urban Haiku

Peggy Heinrich chooses a direction that is increasingly apparent in the development of haiku in English. She writes: Haiku are usually defined as poems of nature. Looking to cities for haiku may seem contradictory but the same sky that drifts…

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Survey says . . . Per Diem

Every September the Board of Directors and Associates of The Haiku Foundation are sent a survey. Their responses help to guide our growth and direction. We’d like to broaden our input, and so we’ll be asking you to respond to…

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