Monthly Archives: June 2011

The Quotidian, July 9, 2011 ~ Walk with Love and Reverence

“Pursue some path, however narrow and crooked, in which you can walk with love and reverence.” ~ Henry David Thoreau (July 12, 1817 to May 6, 1862) Henry David Thoreau was an American author and poet, naturalist, abolitionist, and leading … Continue reading

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The Quotidian, June 21, 2011 ~ “The small truth has words that are clear…”

“The small truth has words that are clear; the great truth has great silence.” ~ Rabindranath Tagore (May 7, 1861 to August 7, 1941) Bengali poet, novelist and artist. He was the first non-European to be awarded the Nobel Prize for … Continue reading

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Dreams Wander On, edited by Robert Epstein

I would like to congratulate Robert Epstein for publishing Dreams Wander On: Contemporary Poems of Death Awareness (Modern English Tanka Press, 2011)! It is a lovely anthology! I am delighted and humbled to report that Robert Epstein included three … Continue reading

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Arab spring– (haiku sample)

Arab spring– / jasmine and tear gas / tweets and gunfire ~ Andrew Shattuck McBride Dedicated to all of those who work tirelessly to advance personal freedom for all people and civil liberties for all people. I am in awe of … Continue reading

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feedback (sample haiku)

feedback / at the open mic / the squeak of my shoe ~ Andrew Shattuck McBride Published on the HSA “Haiku Wall” exhibited in the historic Liberty Theatre Gallery at the Quarterly National Haiku Society of America Meeting in Bend, … Continue reading

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