The daily readings offered here and the shared haiku has convinced me of the value of this practice. I am learning to use fewer words to say more. I thought that writing poetry helped me in selecting and refining words, but haiku, which looks easier, can be a challenge. It is stretching me and directing me to nature, the quiet, and things contemplative.
Thank you for opening this class to us. The timing and duration worked great for me to whet my appetite for more of this practice.<...
Thank you for opening this class to us. The timing and duration worked great for me to whet my appetite for more of this practice.
At the window seat
I watch clouds float
painting shadows on the desert.
Notre Dame Paris
Cathedral fire shakes world
I tried typing this in a creative format but it was somehow lost.
Snow on Palm Sunday
Driving, I brake for small birds
bewildered with Spring
And I know they ask for peak experiences, but this is the opposite. It’s a low… any comments? Grief is also a low but I’ve written about grief in the past.
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