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Poets Salon – Wild

It’s an honour to see my haiku and tanka featured in Poets Salon with the theme Wild, along with some great poets.   incoming tide the eager thrust of a seagull’s wings Ο slow river daffodils nod at a passing … Continue reading

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A Sense of Place, Hiking Trail Scents

  coastal hike the scent of heather on the hill   Editor’s comment: Here we are situated on a coast, where the humidity can help to carry scent – when I read this poem I am sure I can smell it… … Continue reading

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Tanka – Eucalypt

  Japanese maple spreads elegant hands in the arboretum we walk in peace on a red carpet Martha Magenta   Eucalypt: A Tanka Journal, issue 23 November 2017 https://jthorndyke.files.wordpress.com/2017/02/eucalypt-order-form-2017.pdf

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