Sunday, March 1, 2015

bear creek haiku #125 - poets and friends worldwide

print publication bear creek haiku #125, poetry from Fargo to Malawi (and places between/beyond), these thirty-two fine writers/poets (soon to be in your mailbox):

jo balistreri, michael conner, candi cooper-towler, lone crow, angelee deodhar, peggy dugan french, james d fuson (with three new poetry collections soon to be released), george held, jim kacian, kitsun√©, john constantine master, carl mayfield, karla linn merrifield, ndongolera c mwangupili (from Malawi), judith partin nielsen, nola obee, karen o’leary [her poetry site, Whispers in the Wind, is at 200,000(?+?) well-deserved ‘visits/interactions’], john parsons, james b peters (longtime friend), cathy porter, p c k prem, dennis rhodes, vivian bolland schroeder, rex sexton (the renaissance dude), t kilgore splake, jane stuart (no cell phone/internet, yet her fine poetry is worldwide), barbara tate, ‘uncle’, colorado mountain man/versifier p l wick, paula yup, irene zahava, and, on the cover, ali znaidi (tunisia)

here are five sample poems (assistant editor frosty insists no individual ‘best of’ because every poem is ‘best of’):

but, first! created by Angelee Deodhar, includes Peggy Dugan French - (via Karen O'Leary's online 'Whispers In The Wind'. . .



a crow
on the windowsill
a pond of ink                      cover by ali znaidi   gafsa, tunisia



last page, by karen o'leary                 fine lines
fargo, north dakota                            ribbons of wisdom. . .
                                          etched on her face
                                           

  


icy flowers fade 
last bees dislodge pollen                    
on the backs of mites

by john parsons   norfolk, united kingdom                                             





winter morning                               by irene zahava
waking from a flower dream               ithaca, new york
petals on my pillow

                         
                   Der Blaue Reiter (Blue Rider)

                   Blues, oh so blue
                   bluesman, Blues Brothers
                   Blessed Virgin - blue -
                   blue wave, blue
                   dolphin riding - blue -
                   blue, Stevie Ray blue
                   guitar and blow that sax
                   jazz man bluesman,
                   blue, blue bluer than
                   that cold blue night
                   blue moon, blue Miles
                   blowing that blue Bitches
                   Brew, Kind of Blue, blue
                   rain, Blue Note - blue trumpet
                   blowing blue, blue
                   and so gone, gone and
                   blue blown blues away
                                                                by judith partin nielsen


and one more, by barbara tate          unburdened
                                  at the bottom of the canyon
                                  the mule yawns


see you in a moment 

ayaz daryl nielsen                        darylayaz@me.com

 

   

                                                assistant editor,
                                                            frosty



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