Monthly Archives: August 2017

David Bruce: William Shakespeare’s “HENRY IV, PART 2”: A Retelling in Prose — Act 4, Scene 2

— 4.2 — In no-man’s-land, at an equal distance between the two armies, the two opposing sides met. On one side were the Archbishop of York, Hastings, Mowbray, and others; on the other side were Prince John of Lancaster, Westmoreland, … Continue reading

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Phil Lister: Homelessness

Homeless man alone Sleeping rough under train bridge Sad, lost, unloved . Share my poem and like my page on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Listerslyrics-208518599682211/ . Phil lister 21/08/17 listerspoetry@gmail.com Picture – pixabay via Homelessness haiku — listerslyrics

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davidbrucehaiku: ELOISE IN NEW YORK AND PARIS AND MOSCOW

feral Eloise random acts of violence never malicious  

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davidbrucehaiku: Red

Red in tooth and claw Red is a fearsome color Red from fearful prey

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Daily Haiku: Playful Zoo

Originally posted on Urban Poetry:
In this daily haiku, “Playful Zoo.” I tend, to want to look at everything in color, after many struggles of a lifetime, hope and inspiration are my paint brushes and colorful ink pens to paint…

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davidbrucehaiku: Rain on a tin roof

Rain on a tin roof Old barn full of animals Many memories

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Happy tears

Originally posted on Haiku out of africa:
I sit in the dark ~ listening to the raindrops ~ it’s a happy sound © Lize Bard @ Haiku out of Africa

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