turtle slips from log

turtle slips from log

turtle slips from log
absence marked by gentle waves
circles in a pond

thoughts turn to pen and paper
immersion in the moment

Beauty, on End_b
In a guest essay for Carpe Diem Tokubetsudesu Special #1: The Poets Craft, Kim Russell gives her thoughts on writing haiku and tanka, and she shares beautiful examples of both forms, as seen through the eyes of a poet. Kristjaan’s prompt at the end is to reflect on the experience as a haiku or tanka poet.

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