EarthRise Rolling Haiku Collaborative 2019 at The Haiku Foundation

Please see Jim Kacian’s post, EarthRise Rolling Haiku Collaborative 2019 for more information, guidelines, and poems.

I posted these two poems there today:

loved for years
and now I know your name
blue chicory

Credit: Charlotte Digregorio’s Writer’s Blog

paintings of trees
on old pine walls
quiet music

Published in Four Hundred and Two Snails, Haiku Society of America Members’ Anthology 2018, edited by Nicholas M. Sola.

Ellen Grace Olinger

four haiku

Friday afternoon
butterfly rests
on the wind

TINYWORDS haiku & other small poems
October 5, 2012

Charlotte Digregorio’s Writer’s Blog
August 20, 2016

weathered fir trees
strong and beautiful
my time of healing

hard years show
I let them show
growing anew

raindrops
on bare branches – how gold
remaining leaves

October 2012

Some of the same life lessons returned in 2018, in another health way. I am grateful for kind and good care. This is a new life chapter.

Ellen Grace Olinger

1,000 Posts Review

Charlotte Digregorio’s Writer’s Blog

Charlotte Digregorio’s Writer’s Blog is a good resource. She features a poet and poem every day, and sometimes I reblog a post here. The poet may be someone I know through our WordPress sites, through volunteer work at The Haiku Foundation, or another reason. I love to learn, and read all the poems.

Charlotte was the Regional Coordinator for the Midwest at the Haiku Society of America, when I reconnected years ago with that organization. Julie Warther is our current Coordinator for the Midwest Region.

I have always lived in the Midwest, USA. I am retired now, and blog in an informal way. Thank you for your visits!

Ellen Grace Olinger