Saturday, May 29, 2010

New Haibun

A new haibun published in Haibun Today:  "All Night and Day."
Click on the link to read it.


Erin said...

What a beautiful halibun, Theresa!

tom said...

Hi, Theresa. I was reading Haibun Today and enjoyed your haibun. However, what prompted my search for your blog was where you live. I never expected to find Bradner on a poets page. I have not been there for years as we now live in the far northwest of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. I still have many relatives in Bradner. My father was born there and two of his sisters live there in the past. I still have many of my mother's family living there and have been wanting to get back for several years. Good to know there is a poet living there.

V said...

A Beauty...



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