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National Poetry Writing Month Poem #5 – Easter Haiku

The optional theme for Day 5 of NaPoWriMo is to choose an Emily Dickinson poem, take out the dashes and put it into a block of prose. Then put it back into poetry form, adding or subtracting words. I struggled with … Continue reading

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April A to Z: A haiku a day for 26 days – Z

So we have finally reached the last day of the challenge and arrived at the letter Z.  I really enjoyed connecting with new people from around the world, so thank you to everyone who visited, liked or gave feedback, whether as … Continue reading

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April A to Z: A haiku a day for 26 days – Y for Yew

Yew trees have been planted in Churchyards for many years but the tradition pre-dates Christianity. Celts and other pre-christian people often planted yew trees in their chosen burial site in the belief that these slow growing and long living trees … Continue reading

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April A to Z: A haiku a day for 26 days – X

My internet was down for the last few days so I’m a day behind with this post. All fixed now, and I’m looking forward to seeing what everybody did with X. Needless to say, it was one of the trickier … Continue reading

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April A to Z: A haiku a day for 26 days – W

Today’s letter in the A to Z challenge is W webs intricately woven on prickly whin bush better known  as gorse

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April A to Z: A haiku a day for 26 days – V for Vale

For V,  I have chosen the theme of Valley Vale cut by glacier Border of ancient fifedoms and modern counties

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April A to Z: A haiku a day for 26 days – U for Umbrella

Today’s letter is U and I have chosen Umbrella for the theme of today’s haiku. like drums umbrella echoes the rhythmic warmth of embryonic beat

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