Poetry Friday: A Haiga by Diane Mayr

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Last Wednesday, Diane Mayr and I discussed haiku. Today, Diane is sharing a haiga, illustrated haiku. Diane is using a picture from the Library of Congress collection of Japanese prints created before 1915.

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Plus today is the day the CYBILS are announced. You can find full results HERE.

Hearty congratulations to Amy Ludwig VanDerwater for Forest Has a Song: Poems.
And thank you to a fabulous judging committee.
Linda Baie, Teacher Dance
http://teacherdance.org
@LBaie

Matt Esenwine, Radio, Rhythm, and Rhyme
http://mattforrest.wordpress.com
@mattforrestvw

Renee La Tulippe, No Water River
http://www.nowaterriver.com
@ReneeMLaTulippe

Julie Larios, The Drift Record
http://julielarios.blogspot.com

Irene Latham, Live Your Poem
http://irenelatham.blogspot.com
@irene_latham
They read and discussed all the nominations to the fullest extent.

Poetry Friday is being held one of the esteemed poetry judges, Linda at Teacher Dance.

Finally, give a book to someone today. It’s International Book Give Away Way!

Happy Poetry.
Happy Friday.

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9 thoughts on “Poetry Friday: A Haiga by Diane Mayr

  1. Thanks for featuring my haiga today, Jone! As for the Cybils, I know how hard it is to judge and I think you do a great job keeping the judges in line!

  2. Great job, Cybils judges! I know it wasn’t easy, but you sure picked a winner!

    And LOVELOVELOVE Diane’s haiga.

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