Arrowheads rise…

It is always an honor to have a tanka published in , the Journal of the Tanka Society of America. My thanks to editor David Rice for selecting this poem.

 

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I want to sing…

 

My thanks to Michael McClintock, editor of the Tanka Café in Ribbons, the Journal of the Tanka Society of America. The prompt was poems of spring and summer. Here is mine:

 

I want to sing

 

 

 

 

Sleepy French Canals…

And now my last tanka to appear in Frameless Sky 4 (Summer 2016), edited by Christine L. Villa.  The beautiful photograph paired with this poem is by Irena Iris Szewczyk

To hear me read this tanka, simply click on the link below:

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Notes:

My warmest thanks to Chrissi, for publishing this and my other pieces in Frameless Sky 4
and to Irena, for creating such a lovely picture and allowing my tanka to join it.

Closing the book…

This tanka was also published in Frameless Sky 4 (Summer 2016).

 

To hear me read this tanka, just click on the link below:

 

 

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Learning to forgive…

One more tanka appearing in Frameless Sky 4 (Summer 2016), edited by Christine L. Villa.

To hear me read the poem, just click on the link below:

 

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The hidden depths of sorrow

Another pairing of a tanka of mine with a stunning photography by Irena Iris Szewczyk that was published in Frameless Sky 4 (Summer 2016). I am amazed at how perfectly they matched…a big thank you to Christine L. Villa, editor of Frameless Sky for her excellent work and to Irena Iris Szewczyk for her beautiful photograph.

This link below is of me reading this tanka:

 

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Clouds (haiku)

Another haiku published in Frameless Sky 4 (Summer 2016), edited by Christine L. Villa. 

 

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My thanks to Christine L. Villa for selecting this haiku for publication.

 

 

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