3 – 18

18 March, 2019

shoots of deep green rise

daffodils wake from slumber

and hope springs alive


© Tina Stewart Brakebill 2019

Tina’s blog continues to grow and change but happily her haiku addiction continues unabated. Find out more at Tina Stewart Brakebill!

This haiku is part of our Emergence theme.

3 – 14

14 March, 2019

spring uncloaks herself

lays down a robe of flowers

embraces the land


© Bruce Jewett 2019


Bruce Jewett fantasizes about Emily Dickinson and can be found at brucejewett@wordpress.com

This haiku is part of our Emergence theme.

3 – 13

13 March, 2019

crocus blooms in snow

golden cheer in winter gloom

smile breaks on stern face


© Merril D. Smith 2019


Merril D. Smith emerges from time-traveling to find herself still in the kitchen, coffee at hand, cat on lap, and a poem sometimes written. Find out more at her blog, Yesterday and Today.

This haiku is part of our Emergence theme.

3 – 12

12 March, 2019

pale shoot erupts up

breaks through ice-encrusted earth;

the first snowdrop blooms


© Freya Pickard 2019


This haiku is part of our Emergence theme.


11 March, 2019

green in the Frost, lurks

Thaw brings out verdant promise –

Twigs, cross their fingers


180112f © Impism™ 2019


“As a perceptual scientist, (a visual psychophysicist to be precise), the process of understanding the incoming data we receive should come as second nature, yet I’m always amazed how we can perceive things differently with a slight twist in our viewpoint.  As always, I take impish delight in penning a wry view of such.”

You can find more of Rich Unger’s wry writings at High Coo on Facebook.

This haiku is part of our Emergence theme.

12 – 3 – Featured Haiku Writer

3 December, 2018

touch of plum blossom –

returned to a memory

of a soft pink spring


© Isabel Caves 2018


Here is the first haiku from our Featured Haiku Writer – Isabel Caves. Isabel is a poet and fiction writer who loves to share all the weird and wonderful things that tumble from her mind. Read more of her creativity at Isabel’s Blog.

This gentle, almost soft haiku stood out to me from the first read through. I like the way memory acts as a portal.

This haiku is part of our PORTAL theme!

strands of gems

3 March, 2017
This week’s “re-blog” comes from Jules Paige at Strands of Gems
© Freya Pickard 2017

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