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Three Poems

Monday
and planning
the week
what will grow
what should rest

WestWard Quarterly – Fall, 2016

leaves of bleeding hearts
now gold
so do broken hearts mend
so does grief heal
Autumn grace

Over time: Bell’s Letters Poet, SMILE, and WestWard Quarterly

fragrance of leaves
in the gardens
what good friends
we became
as we grew older

Published online:

Tanka by Ellen Grace Olinger

Charlotte Digregorio’s Writer’s Blog
August 8, 2020

A book:

They Gave Us Life: Celebrating Mothers, Fathers & Others in Haiku. Edited by Robert Epstein. Middle Island Press, 2017.

A poetry print journal:

Time of Singing – Volume 46, Fall 2019

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August begins

August begins
and I remember
poems

rarely at your grave —
geranium blooms freely
on your workshop stool

autumn leaves
the caregiver finds time
to rest

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“rarely at your grave” has been published over the years:

Modern Haiku, Fall 1996

Ellen Olinger – Three Questions Series, 2010
Edited by Curtis Dunlap

Charlotte Digregorio’s Writer’s Blog
Daily Haiku: July 11, 2017

“autumn leaves” was the Daily Haiku for August 14, 2019.
Charlotte Digregorio’s Writer’s Blog

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