Day: October 1, 2021

“Harvest Moon,” haibun, #TankaTuesday

The five women gathered under the pearly radiance of the full harvest moon. They represented air, water, earth, fire, and spirit. Hands clasped together, they formed a circle, their upturned faces raised toward the orbs’ soft glow. This was how they would pay homage to the passing of another cycle—another ending, and another beginning. Change …

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Word Weaving No. 1: A Word Craft Journal of Syllabic Verse – The Moons of Autumn

Today is launch day! As of yesterday, Amazon listed The Moons of Autumn as the number one NEW Release in Asian Poetry and number six in American Poetry. Many thanks to everyone who ordered early. The Kindle version is available on 10/1/2021, and the print version should be available today or the next day. Amazon …

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