Haiku, Haibun, and Tanka
Tricia maintains a nearly daily haiku practice — a challenge to notice and remember something wonderful and interesting every day. In 2013 she wrote more than 900 haiku… not all great haiku, but testimony to a deep gratitude for living each day. From time to time she will swap in new haiku into this slot. Rather than sending haiku off to publications, in 2016 she began a near daily practice of tweeting haiku through her Twitter account @triciaknollwind .
“Raspberries in June” won First Place in Oregon Poetry Association’s Fall 2015 Traditional Form (Haibun) contest and is published in its annual journal, Verseweaver.
Two haiku on Failed Haiku, January 2017. “Failed Haiku” is senryu, human-centered haiku.
“Fathoms Deep” on Contemporary Haibun Online, December 2016
poets write about poetry nautilus shell -Full of Moonlight, Haiku Society of American 2016 Anthology
Haiku on home on Brass Bell Journal, November 2016 —
a friday the thirteenth
104 years ago
On Flora’s Forum, December 12, 2015 “Beautyberries”
In Brass Bells, a haiku for November, 2015 –
a plank swing sways
in night wind on rusty hooks
Haibun published online
Things a Superstitious Woman Keeps, cattails, September 2015
Eddie’s Magic Beans in World Haiku Review, August 2014 (scroll down to it).
Otherwise, enjoy links to a couple of Tricia’s haiku published online:
A Haiku for California Chrome: New Verse News, May 18, 2014
lady bugs loose
in the greenhouse
*From Kernels, April 2013
Inclusion in Lifting the Sky: Southwestern Haiku and Haiga from Dos Gatos Press, 2013