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Welcome to Haiku Dialogue

Let’s talk about haiku! We begin our new format for 2019 with photographs – I will share a photo each week as a prompt for your writing and you’re invited to join in the fun!

Submit an original unpublished poem (or poems) via our Contact Form by Sunday midnight on the theme of the week, including your name as you would like it to appear, and place of residence.

Please note that by submitting, you agree that your work may appear in the column – neither acknowledgment nor acceptance emails will be sent. All communication about the poems that are posted in the column will be added as blog comments.

Poems will be selected based on the potential to generate discussion – these poems will be the best to talk about…


next week’s theme:

The deadline for this theme is midnight Pacific Time, Sunday 06 January 2019.
I look forward to reading your submissions. Let’s begin!


Katherine Munro lives in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, and publishes under the name kjmunro. She is Membership Secretary for Haiku Canada and an Associate Member of the League of Canadian Poets. She co-edited an anthology of crime-themed haiku called Body of Evidence: a collection of killer ’ku.


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  1. I am looking forward to what this new year will bring… Happy New Year everyone! & happy writing! kj

  2. I’m looking forward to this new venture because I enjoy the commentaries that so many of you are already posting, and I hope even more will with this exciting new feature!

  3. Dear Kathy,
    Another potential feature, another way of tapping our creativity. Very nice topic.

    Looking forward to read as many as possible.
    with regards
    S. Radhamani

  4. Oh Katherine….just love the new format. I think it will be a huge success and I can’t wait to see all the photo’s that will be sent in…..and reading wonderful haiku……Happy New Year 2019..!!!

  5. Happy New Year Kathy. I love these kinds of prompts – one never knows where we’ll end up.

    Looking forward to the discussions.

  6. Hi Kathy, It will be fun to engage in dialogue about whichever haiku are selected. Here’s to waiting for Wednesday!

  7. Hi Kathy,
    sorry to ask this silly question, but what flower is that?

    Thank you

  8. Hi Kathy,

    I am glad to see that the new column has been announced. Wishing success to you and all the poets !

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