Haikupedia returns . . .
Mary Hanrahan sees the light.
Kathe L. Palka invokes the painterly side of haiku.
Jo McInerney feels the heat.
Kathe L. Palka channels her inner Donald Rumsfeld.
Scott Mason is going to the dogs.
Kathe L. Palka remembers.
Jo McInerney finds the location of the rabbit hole.
“Does anybody else have poems that might speak to what people are going through now? Poems about darkness, poems about heavy winds, poems about flooding or freezing?" That is how I started this month's column for the Haiku Society of…