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Per Diem for March 2018: Prints, Traces, Impressions


In March, Per Diem: Daily Haiku guest-editor, Tzetzka Ilieva, presents 31 poems on the theme “Prints, Traces, Impressions.” This is what she offers by way of an introduction to her theme:


Nothing in our world exists in absolute isolation. People, animals, plants, energies and objects constantly come into contact with each other and every connection, every interaction leaves a trace. Some physical prints we can spot right away and others are more subtle. Some take time to recognize. I hope you enjoy this diverse collection of poems as much as I enjoyed searching for them.


Stella Pierides is a writer and poet. Her books include "Of This World" (2017) and "In the Garden of Absence" (2012), both HSA Merit Book Award recipients. Her article “Parkinson’s Toolbox: The Case for Haiku” appeared in Juxtapositions: A Journal of Research and Scholarship in Haiku, issue 8, 2022.

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  1. Thank you for pursuing this intriguing theme, Vida. I look forward to each haiku.


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