tiny plant in rock crevice
wind bell with monkey
bee in blossom
Marietta McGregor considers the nuances of life's "brush strokes."
Cezar Ciobîcă observes the poet meditating in the autumnal stage of life.
Marion Clarke is transported back to childhood summers in Ireland.
Welcome to re:Virals, The Haiku Foundation’s weekly poem commentary feature on some of the finest haiku ever written in English. This week’s poem was: winter fog / an old man turns back / into a tree — John McManus, The Heron’s Nest, Volume XIV:4. Rich Schilling finds more questions than answers:
Marietta McGregor and Wearable Haiku.
Radhamani Sarma visits the graves.
Mary Hanrahan sees the light.
John Levy appreciates the sacrifice.
Clayton Beach teaches us haiku neologisms.
Tom Sacramona reads a small-town elegy.
Was Janice Bostok’s poem just a slip of the tongue?