Boston Literary Magazine

I’m so honored that a haiku sequence I wrote during the first month of the Covid-19 lockdown here in Massachusetts was published in the June 2020 issue of Boston Literary Magazine. I don’t submit my work very often so this was particularly meaningful. The entire issue is fabulous and I highly recommend reading it cover […]

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Newest haiku 

It’s been quite awhile and it took some unblocking to get here, but I’m pleased with this new haiku! 

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“Return,” a beach finding and reflection

I found this softened piece of glass bottle on the beach this week. All that’s legible is the word “RETURN.” At a time when I need to do just that – return to myself, this finding couldn’t have been more appropriate. (A message from the Universe, no doubt.)  I’ve been meditating on what “return” means […]

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Haiku for a New Year

I just can’t seem to write down all of the thoughts and emotions swirling around me right now. . . The New Year is upon us and with that, here is something I will keep working on.

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New haiku

It has been awhile since I’ve written. There is no doubt I am rusty, but that is okay. Everything has a cycle. It is all a process. Patience, gentleness and gratitude certainly help! Here is my latest haiku:

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“Sun Will Rise” a tribute haiku

As with so many people, the death of Robin Williams has jarred me. Being in the level of darkness he must have felt, greatly saddens me. It’s a place I feel deserves no harsh judgement. Pain is pain and with that pain, compassion is needed. I am grateful for his life and for the light […]

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