My guest today is Giddy Nielsen Sweep our first Australian guest! I find her quite inspirational. I hope you will too. Giddy started writing Haiku some time after 2010 and over the course of a few years completed four courses
moon fades… refugees spent night in a truck I think this is a Haiku that speaks to each of us about the world we live in right now, don’t you?
sea without sea across the waves of sand sunlight swarms
Today’s guest haiku is from Tim Gardiner in the UK, the county of Essex to be more precise. Tim is inspired to write by wildlife and natural surroundings, using them as a reflection of his emotional state.
Our guest today is Devin Harrison, a Canadian,
Our guest today is Hannes.
Our Guest today is Imogen. She lives in London, but travels a lot with her job. She writes occasional poetry.
This weeks Guest Haiku is written by Amelia. She is a freelance writer based in Manchester, in the UK. She takes her Inspiration from the plaintive works of Sylvia Plath & Charles Bukowski.
Thanks to Harry for the very first Guest Haiku.