I crashed an Indian wedding. That was the easy part. THEN my friend Georgia —haiku poet extraordinaire—challenged me to write a haiku about it. What could be so hard about three little lines? I found out.
Please join me at her blog for airplane meals, Indian weddings, and…one painful haiku.
Hello Everyone … a couple of weeks ago one of my favourite writers and friend, Barb Taub announced she was going to publish the third book of her series Null City and wrote a brief post about it promising that I’d have something more to say about her work the next day. Well, the best laid plans as they say … between one thing and another I never got around to that second post … but I was able to get a letter off at last to Barb asking her to be my guest over here at the Library and I also challenged her to write a haiku … here’s her reply!
Thank you so much for inviting me to your blog today, Georgia! Of course, you know that I’m a huge fan of your poetry, but most especially your haiku. But when you challenged me to write one, I panicked. How…
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