This is what I managed to come up with this week. It took me all week and was inspired by one of my bike trips. Actually, it’s something I regularly come across: a hedgerow he waters the bushes with his
Today I want to have a look at the haiku technique, double entendres or double meanings, give you an example I wrote myself and then we are off to visit with a couple of poets we have met before,
Su Wai Hlaing The first is Su Wai Hlaing, a nurse currently working in Singapore, but originally from Burma. Like many of us Su uses her haiku and senryu to focus on the moment, to preserve it. She says “A
My best of the week summer drought under the laurel leaves a dead blackbird London’s streets commuters dodging a blanket summer mountains walking the ridge two hikers
Welcome to episode 39 of the podcast. If you are already one of the chronicle community, no, you’ve not heard wrong, episode 39.
Here’s the best of my week: a frog clambers over the soil summer drought On first glance, it’s a bit, so what, but what I would like the reader to be asking, is, why is the frog clambering and not
To Slovakia to meet with Eva Drobna, who we previously met in episode 16. Like many of our community she has been a teacher, now retired. She is a lover of poetry in it’s many forms and enjoys haiku for
Welcome to episode 37 of the podcast, summer in the mountains watching the tourists, or what, when and where… I’m Patricia your host. As you know if you’ve been here before, I’m documenting my haiku learning experience in the company
Hello and welcome to episode 36 of the Podcast. If you’ve joined me for the next instalment of the haiku techniques season, you’re about to be disappointed. I’ll continue with that next week, with “what, where, when” but this week
This week was tough. At the very last minute I was inspired to write by a wildfire that I witnessed in the south of Spain last week.