Monthly Archives: November 2013

Cold

Piercing cold creeps past Shivering boughs, ice laden. Freezing mist drifts low. Advertisements

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Winter

Today I have a guest blogger! I have introduced my good friend Huda to the haiku. Huda has written many things, but here is her very first haiku: I hope you like it as much as I do. Frozen ice … Continue reading

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Summer days

Bright red acer glows: Warmth of sunny summer days Persists to winter.

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Urban colours

Urban street colours: Red bricks, grey pavement,blue bus, Odd slivers of grass.

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Skinny latte

Another ‘urban haiku’ – Clinking cups, hissing Machines, steamy clouds rising. Skinny latte please.

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UK Disability History Month

UKDHM is an annual event creating a platform to focus on the history of our struggle for equality and human rights. This is our 4th year, following the success of last year’s event. The theme for this year will be … Continue reading

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Untouched

Gentle raindrops fall, Ripple calm waters like glass. Stones remain untouched.

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