Exosquelette Featuring Chloe LaDuchesse:
Haiga is created by combining an image with a haiku. I’ve only made a couple and there is usually quite a time gap between them. That means I’ve usually forgotten the process so it takes a while for me to get it right. Today, I think I just might have pulled it off . . . you be the judge.
Bonus points to anyone who recognizes the source of the photo.
I’m so happy to continue the podcast with this first interview. I’m pleased to have Kimiko Horne of St. Catherine’s as my guest. I hope you enjoy our chat.
On March 30th I was pleased to participate in a wonderful evening celebrating Science, Art and Poetry just as the header says. Below is a link that will give you the opportunity to see the work created for this competition and hear the words of winning community poets. You will also hear the work of accomplished poet, Alice Major. I joined former poets laureate Kim Fahner and Choe LaDuchesse. It was a wonderful evening. Enjoy:
A MAGAZINE OF MANY E-THINGS
Vera Constantineau Times Like These times like these the urge to call home to listen to mother launch a story that would often take hours to get through overwhelms sometimes it would be the ones of dad sometimes her memories of her grandparents passed on like a gift that gave and gave of itself like my mother who gave of her self with tales of other times filling up empty spaces pushing out loneliness in times like these Less and More weighs less than a sparrow this ache yet so much more than the stone that marks the grave