Monthly Archives: August 2013

Wheat Fields

When Mum was going through her van Gogh phase Dad would drive us out to Chosen hill on Sundays. He would park just off one of the lanes and we piled out to… Continue reading

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Daily Haiku

All this week, starting today, my haiku are being featured on the Daily Haiku website.  This is my fourth and final week.  My thanks to Nicole Pakan and Patrick Pilarski, the editors, who gave me the opportunity to be a … Continue reading

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Undercroft

Descending the stone steps we enter the crypt, the largest in Europe. The air is cooler and smells damp. Lines of… Continue reading

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“roadside tree”

roadside tree ribbons streaming from the bend Daily Haiku Cycle 15      

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“early evening”

early evening a myriad of gnats resewing sunlight Daily Haiku Cycle 15    

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