Creative Notes

I enjoy reviewing my archives here and there.  Here are a few posts from past Junes.

Summer Haiku by Carol Purington – 2017

In June 2016, I reblogged a poem by Billie Wilson from Charlotte DiGregorio’s Writer’s Blog.  This is from her Daily Haiku ongoing series.  (Links go to Charlotte’s site for this note.)

“A world opening” – photos by Merrill Ann Gonzales – 2014

old photos – 2014

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Photo by Ellen Grace Olinger

Haiku by Jim Kacian

where the river widens just that much more light

the lineament
of lightning once
it’s gone

stars more questions than answers

out beyond the lit night sky meteor belief

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The haiku are from after/image, haiku of Jim Kacian (2017, Red Moon Press).

Reprinted with permission.  All rights reserved.

Jim Kacian is founder and president of The Haiku Foundation.

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Two Poems by Carol Purington

Clouds and full moon
– light to dark to light
my path

by Carol Purington

Family Farm: Haiku for a Place of Moons
Winfred Press 1999
Second Printing 2015

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First card
silver-white birches and a splash
of cardinal –
into a season of darkness
the promise of Light

Faces I Might Wear: Tanka by Carol Purington
Winfred Press 2013

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