For April poetry, I've continued wandering around in poetry land, trying some new structures, reviewing some poetry anthologies, new and old, sharing some poetry lessons I've used in the past. My One Little Word this year is "wander", and it's been a fun thing to do. After reading poems from everyone who shares on Poetry Friday, I read and re-read, trying to "see" what each has done to make the poem. It's a delight each week!
One of the structures that I've been studying is the haiku. I am in awe of the words shared by Robyn Hood Black (Life On The Deckle Edge) and Diane Mayr (Random Noodling), and grab every piece of advice I can. Thanks Robyn and Diane for the inspiration. So here's another of my attempts, from a photo taken a few days ago at a nearby park.
Happy Poetry Friday!