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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. She serves on the Board of Directors of The Haiku Foundation, and she conceived and coordinates the Haiku for Parkinson’s feature.

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


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