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We are now accepting Haiku, Tanka, Science, and Nature Poetry submissions to our site. It seems there’s a shortage of websites, and literary journals for that matter, that accept and encourage these types of poetry, which saddens us deeply. We’re also on the lookout for any similarly themed art. This includes photography, drawings, recordings, and […]Read More Science & Nature Themed Submissions
Microwaves play in this week’s poem, though not in the way you might think.Read More Cosmic Microwaves — A Poem By Elaine Wilburt
Icy roads and slippery branches can usher an eerie quiet. Yet another common feeling here in the Northeast, and I suspect, across most cold climates.Read More Ice Storm — A Short Poem By Elaine Wilburt
The perfect poem to celebrate the holidays. While snowflakes fall, we’re contemplating the romance of Winter.
Photo: ‘Snowy Tree’ By Richard Walker via Flickr.
Just in time for Christmas, this poem creates the idyllic winter scene. Wish I was there! The second in a collection by Elaine Wilburt.Read More Deer In Winter – Haiku By Elaine Wilburt
A cold day by the creek.Read More Winter Haiku By Elaine Wilburt
Does Billy Collins have anything in common with quartz? Find out in this gem by George Payne.Read More ‘A Tone Like Quartz’ By George Payne
Linneaus and sow thistle.Read More Haiku By Sandra Simpson