Tag Archives: Marie Lecrivain

Cantankerous Tankas

I attended an excellent Tanka workshop with Genie Nakano and I fell in love with the Tanka format. I adore Tankas. My new writing thrill. I am having fun with them. To that end, I asked a few choice friends … Continue reading

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Jameson Bayles – “searching for a voice” & “haiku”

“Jameson Bayles, a Kansas City, Missouri resident, has been published in various literary magazines and journals. His most recent work can be viewed in issue #10 of Hedgerow and in the poetry anthology ‘The Artistic Muses,’ published by True Colors … Continue reading

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SENRYU SENRYU SENRYU

April is fun poetry month and, in the spirit, I asked my Facebook friends to send me some Senryu.  First let me provide a definition of Senryu.  From Wiki: Senryū (川柳?, literally ‘river willow’) is a Japanese form of short poetry similar … Continue reading

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Marie Lecrivain – “Roxanne on Seventh Street”

ROXANNE ON SEVENTH STREET by Marie Lecrivain you don’t have to turn on the red light – The Police How long ago did you stop caring? The search for Prince Charming in the red-tinged parade of faces that hover over … Continue reading

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