Scent of mock orange…

In the March issue of the haiku journal, Brass Bell, the theme was haiku by/about women. The offerings in the journal make for excellent reading. Please do go and enjoy the issue, edited by poet/editor, Zee Zahava, who always produces something worth enjoying.

 

scent of mock orange—  
all the years spent
doubting myself

 

haiku by Mary Kendall (c) 2017 in Brass Bell, March 2017 Poems by Women

 

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To read the full issue of Brass Bell, please go to:  http://brassbellhaiku.blogspot.com or
http://brassbellhaiku.blogspot.co.uk

moon flowers . . . (a haiku)

 

Published in Brass Bell, November 2016:

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Photo art by Mary Kendall

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moon flowers –

my son shows me

how they unfurl

 

 

Haiku…in Brass Bell

Another joy and honor this week–my first time having haiku appear in Brass Bell, a publication that is edited by the incomparable Zee Zehava. This issue was done with International Women’s Day (on March 8) in mind. In the editor’s own words:

 

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I urge you to visit Brass Bell (also here on WordPress) and subscribe to it. Be sure to read the back issues for some excellent poetry.

My three haiku in this issue are below:

 

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If you have a favorite, please do let me know. I’m always curious what readers think or respond to.

 

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