Sunday, April 17, 2022

Guest Post: walking, by Charlotte Digregorio

Note from Amelia: Today is International Haiku Poetry Day! An early part of the apparitions project involved collecting the poetry and photography of other talented writers and artists to share as part of a greater anthology. This component of the project didn't quite come together for many reasons, but I wanted to share the finest work Jonathan and I received as part of our celebration of the book's publication and this incredible year of poetry. I'm sharing this spring and summer series alphabetically by last name. Today is a fitting day to share "walking," by Charlotte Digregorio, my haiku mentor and one of the book's editors:

through darkness...

Charlotte Digregorio has authored seven award-winning books, including her latest: Ripples of Air: Poems of Healing, an inspirational reference book. She was honored in 2018 by the Illinois Governor for her decades of literary achievements. Digregorio is Editor of "The Daily Haiku," with other poetic forms, short stories, and essays by writers from sixty-one countries at

"walking," copyright 2022 Charlotte Digregorio (previously published in Haiku and Senryu: A Simple Guide for All, 2014)

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