Mark Gilbert uncovers the instinctive.
Mark Gilbert finds chilling relevance.
For Radhamani Sarma, the sacred and profane intersect.
Radhamani Sarma envisions a world beyond.
Mark Gilbert senses an inkling of hope.
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:
Mark Gilbert gets geometrical.
Mark Gilbert bears witness.
Mark Gilbert gets sonic.
Mark Gilbert goes by the book.
What to make of octopi . . .
Garry Eaton gets environmental.
Scott Mason chips in.
Lucy Whitehead leans into the liminal.