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  • Theresa C.
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    Thank you so much, Wanda! Truly pleased that the details work for you in this one!

    --Theresa

  • haikuWANDArings
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    snow on pine needles
    the whisper
    of his respirator ............. really like this one Theresa - fragile images!

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  • Theresa C.
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    Thank you so much, Ray, for your words of congratulations and kind comment. I'm pleased you like both of them!

    Best,
    Theresa

  • Ray Caligiuri
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    I like both of these - lots of imagination room and congratulations 👏🏻

  • Theresa C.
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    Here are two of mine that were recently published in the Winter 2019 issue of Akitsu Quarterly:

    first snowflakes...
    the silence between
    passing cars



    snow on pine needles
    the whisper
    of his respirator

    *I received word the other day that this poem has been selected for inclusion in leaning into reeds: The Red Moon Anthology of English-Language Haiku 2019. I'm quite honored and humbled!

    Best,
    Theresa
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  • Theresa C.
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    Yes, it gives the short poems an little variety.

  • Myron Lysenko
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    I like the look of the wavy dash; it's beautiful.

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  • Theresa C.
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    Thank you so much, Myron, for your kind comments about my work. I appreciate the support. I'm pleased to read you enjoyed the 'Christmas cactus'. I added that tilde dash right before I submitted the first one; it seemed that there was a distinct pause at the end of L1, giving the reader time to envision the scene. For me when I've used a tilde in this way, it's been like a type of dash, with a little more florish. However, in thinking it over, I believe it could be seen as a distinct punctuation mark.

  • Myron Lysenko
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    Hi Theresa. Congratulations on the publication of these three immediate haiku. I most enjoyed the positive and negative possibilities in the imagery of the second haiku:

    Christmas cactus
    blooming on the ledge...
    a neighbor's wave

    I notice that you have used a tilde in the first haiku. Is this for ornamental reasons?
    Which punctuation mark does it represent for you? Or do you see it as its own distinct
    punctuation mark?

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  • Theresa C.
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    Thank you, Michael! So please to read that you enjoyed that one...

    Best,
    Theresa

  • Michael
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    gibbous moon ~
    a pile of boots
    in the mudroom

    nice

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  • Theresa C.
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    Thank you, Ray!

  • Ray Caligiuri
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    My congrats also, Theresa 😊

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  • Theresa C.
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    Thank you so much, Clayton, for your kind words of congratulation!

    Best,
    Theresa

  • Clayton Beach
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    Congratulations Theresa!

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