Monthly Archives: March 2014

Haiku-A-Day. Poems. 3.31.2014

Here are a couple of poems that I posted last week on the haiku-a-day page. The first was inspired by a photograph, a long exposure image by a North Carolina photographer, of fireflies. The second is pure Woodstock. Obviously, I’m Read More

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Snow. NYC Apartments. Connections. 3.26.2014

The New Yorker. February 10, 2014. My Manipulated Instagram of Tomer Hanuka’s “Perfect Storm.” Yesterday I saw a recent issue of The New Yorker perched on a coffee table against several urban shelter magazines. The cover made me look twice Read More

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Two Haiku. This Weekend. 3.2.2014

In two winter scenes, the light and terrain inspire me in opposite ways. Simplicity and texture, monochrome landscape to color and shape. On two different days, during this weekend in the country, the beginning of March speaks. A snow field’s Read More

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