The Australian Haiku Society’s Facebook page has unfortunately been caught up in Facebook’s ban on all news sites in Australia. Continue reading “Facebook Ban – What it means for the AHS”
The Fringe Myrtles met for what will (probably) be the last time this year. Once again, and customarily for 2020, the meeting was held on Zoom, attended by local, interstate and international guests – the blessed irony of the pandemic.
Calling haiku poets (and non-haiku poets) all over the world to participate in the 2020 AFL Grand Final Haiku Kukai.
I put the night
making the bed
Still in lockdown under Stage 4 stay-at-home restrictions, the Fringe Myrtles had their 4th Zoom meeting of the year. Fourteen of us attended the meeting, including first-timer Andrew Korbel, and fifteen haiku were shared on the theme of ‘unity’.
follows the coffin down
The Fringe Myrtles said goodbye to the winter of 2020 (a winter of some discontent) with yet another COVID-19 lockdown-enforced Zoom meeting held on the last Sunday of August. And it was another typically lively and collaborative affair, highlighted by engrossing discussions and the sharing of original haiku.
among jacaranda petals
— spring again
the postman speeds
past my house
st valentine’s day