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Category Archives: Haiku
Happy Poetry Friday Last week I finished up Julie Hedlund’s 12 days of Christmas Challenge–it started on December 26th and ran through January 6, 2019. It’s a Facebook group that she’s been offering writer’s for the last four years, to … Continue reading
Happy Poetry Friday And Happy New Year! I found a word I’m going to embrace this year, as my #OLW (one little word…) Ponder… I came to it after discarding a couple other words. I tried on wait, though, even … Continue reading
I’m participating in Julie Hedlund’s 12 Days of Christmas which she’s offering via emails and in a facebook group. The goal to get our creative writing juices flowing for the New Year. Today’s prompt is to focus on our successes. … Continue reading
Happy Poetry Friday! I’m wringing out the old year with a wintery montage of #haikuforhope poems, and a wee bit of music to ease us all out of the year. Thanks Mary Lee Hahn for offering us all this … Continue reading
Happy Poetry Friday! This week I’m sharing info on an art exhibit I’m in, and also haikus for December’s call for #haikuforhope. I’m very happy to be a part of this rich-multilayered exhibit: intimate: small works by 9 artists that’s … Continue reading
Happy Poetry Friday! I have been consumed with the unchanging situation of the teens being held, and continuously brought to the Tornillo, TX detention camp, near El Paso. At last count there were 2400 teens between the age of 13 … Continue reading
Welcome to my Holiday Post Extravaganza with a bit of poetry mixed in too! HOLIDAY FINERY Holidays afoot come view my fine artful fashions, The images I’ve drawn are sure to pique your passions. They’ll sparkle, and they’ll delight you … Continue reading
tick-tock escaping time… grains of sand slipping by… take your stand–VOTE! © 2018 Michelle Kogan
quandary– eleven lives lost quickly engage–vote © 2018 Michelle Kogan
More thoughts for the lives lost in Pittsburgh.