haiku notes and poems

red_tulip

I’ve been going through my blogs and updating a few posts.  Last year, I was honored to be included in the March 2013 Per Diem collection at The Haiku Foundation (THF).  Carmen Sterba edited the collection.  The theme is “Judeo-Christian Traditions.”

Stella Pierides is the Per Diem Project Manager.  There is an archive of all the Per Diem collections, with a new collection added every month.  There is a wide variety of themes.  Here is the link:  http://thehaikufoundation.org/per-diem-archive.

Carmen Sterba included this poem of mine:

reading the Psalms path to the water

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I’m also preparing my submission for The Haiku Society Of America 2014 Members’ Anthology, which is a printed book.  Gary Hotham is the editor this year.  Here is the link to their home page.  The information about the Members’ Anthology is filed under NEWS.  http://www.hsa-haiku.org

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This poem is one of your favorites.

one red tulip
blooms in the hosta border
time alone with God

The link to the post on this blog is https://elingrace.wordpress.com/2012/04/29/one-red-tulip.

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Thank you, Ellen

The tulip is from wpclipart.com.

THF Per Diem for March 2013 ~ Judeo-Christian Traditions, Carmen Sterba, Editor

October 19, 2014 note:  There is a Per Diem Archive at The Haiku Foundation, if you would like to read the poems from March 2013, and/or other months.  Stella Pierides is the Per Diem Project Manager.

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The Haiku Foundation (THF) posts a haiku every day.  This feature is called Per Diem: Daily Haiku.   Carmen Sterba is the Guest Editor for March:  Judeo-Christian Traditions.  You can learn more, if you wish, by reading the introduction by Jim Kacian, which includes commentary by Carmen Sterba, on THF troutswirl blog – February 28, 2013 post.

Blessings, Ellen
March 1, 2013

and . . .

March 18, 2013:

I wrote this haiku yesterday, and posted it in the comments for the March Per Diem today:

Good Friday
shadows of trees
on the road