Poetry Friday: A Haiga by Diane Mayr


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.


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

Matt Esenwine, Radio, Rhythm, and Rhyme

Renee La Tulippe, No Water River

Julie Larios, The Drift Record

Irene Latham, Live Your Poem
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.

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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