Tag: Western Haikus

December Haikus

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360 days of haikus. I started writing these on a whim on January 6th after I read  “The Portable Jack Kerouac”. I gave myself a challenge to write every day and though […]

November Haikus

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Another month down. One to go! You can follow them daily on Twitter. If you missed them or if you’re not on Twitter, you can read them below November 30 dare not wake me […]

October Haikus

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It was a bit of a struggle to write haikus this month, but I made it through! You can follow them daily on Twitter. If you missed them or if you’re not on Twitter, […]

September Haikus

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All the haikus in the month of September included the word love. You can follow them daily on Twitter. If you missed them or if you’re not on Twitter, you can read them below […]

August Haikus

Here are August’s haikus down. You can follow them daily on Twitter. If you missed them or if you’re not on Twitter, you can read them below August 31 unseen witness marks moments fading, night […]

July Haikus

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Another month of haikus down. It’s become a morning ritual of sorts. I am still enjoying it. You can follow them daily on Twitter. If you missed them or if you’re not on Twitter, you […]

June Haikus

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Half way through the year and still going strong. Here are the haikus of June. Enjoy. You can follow them daily on Twitter. If you missed them or if you’re not on Twitter, you […]

May Haikus

I had more fun this month writing these “western haikus”. Someone asked what inspired them daily and it really depends. Some days I’ll look at a person that’s waiting on the train […]

April Haikus

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Whether good or bad, observation or feeling, I am still enjoying the challenge of writing “western haikus” every day. You can follow them daily on Twitter. If you missed them or if you’re […]

March Haikus

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Three months strong for three little lines! As I’ve said before they’re part of my morning routine now and enjoy this writing exercise. I’m proud of them all, even the bad ones. You can follow […]