Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Tuesday Call, Wednesday Haiku: Poems Wanted

Photo of ribbon eel by Steve Childs

Recently, to catch up on a 7 month backlog, I started publishing two haiku per week on the Wednesday Haiku postings.  I've caught up relatively quickly and so am again seeking poems.  I'm kind of enjoying the interplay of 3 poems (2 haiku, plus one poem by Issa) and photographs, so would like to continue the two per week feature. 

However, if I do I'm liable to run out of poems soon.  So, there are two choices: 1) solicit more poems (come on folks, send 'em this way - these are the guidelines, as originally posted, for sending, and 2) go back to the one poem (plus Issa) a week format. 

Either way is fine, but more is better.  That's just my opinion of course.

So send work along anytime.  Please follow the guidelines, as noted above.

a long day--
the eel catcher writes pictures
on the water
translated by David G. Lanoue


Send a single haiku for the Wednesday Haiku feature. Here's how.

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Charles Gramlich said...

Great photo. I'm reading a book right now that talks about the genetics behind this kind of mimicry.

Issa's Untidy Hut said...

Sounds interesting, Charles ...

aditya said...

More is better Don. This is good news for the project..