Regret

My maternal grandmother turned 70 this May. That’s a pretty big deal to me, as she is in ill health. Diabetes (which she doesn’t manage well) and a host of other minor illnesses and life experiences has left her languid, frail and a bit sad. I haven’t always gotten along well with my grandmother. As a…

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A Tiny Poem

I love the art form of haiku. In order to write a haiku, you must know exactly what they want to say. Brevity is key. There are no wasted words, no fillers, no distractions. At times, a haiku may be simple and sweet, or harsh and brutal. My secret is that I love haiku because…

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