blue light
from the laptop's screen--
a break in the clouds

—d. f. tweney
        

If you've been paying very close attention you may have noticed a few changes around the site. I've been cleaning things up in preparation for relaunching tinywords some time in the next few days. There will be new haiku, new haiga (I hope!), and new opportunities for you to participate by contributing haiku, responses, and more. Please stay tuned!

About the author: d. f. tweney (dft at tinywords dot com) is the publisher and chief haikuvangelist of tinywords.com. A technology journalist, he has also worked as a weed whacker, pizza chef, ESL teacher, and environmental activist, and he won the Boston Poetry Slam in 1992. He is secretly Canadian.

 

Responses to the haiku for 14 April 2006 by d. f. tweney

  1.  
    Magyar
    2006-04-14 13:12:46
     

    This will be a very...welcome back.

  2.  
    b. m. richardson (orgbob at webtv dot net)
    2006-04-14 17:35:02
     

    no moonbeams tonight-
    from my bedroom window
    a light cross the bay

  3.  
    Kala Ramesh
    2006-04-14 22:56:28
     

    flowing river
    i get to wet . . .
    my hands and face

    welcome back.
    -kala

  4.  
    Anthony Slauson (tonyslauson at hotmail dot com)
    2006-04-15 22:46:45
     

    just dropped by to say hello

  5.  
    Vasile Moldovan
    2006-04-17 13:40:35
     

    Thank you for the new beginning.

    Heaven gateway:
    a skylark breaks into song
    to the cherubs

  6.  
    B.B.Lora (loradober at yahoo dot com)
    2006-04-19 12:12:38
     

    Cat on the window seal.
    Full moon above the head.
    Frame for haiga.

  7.  
    2006-04-21 17:39:29
     

    I'm thrilled that tinywords is coming back!!!!!!

    I was in Minneapolis & my phone beeped with a haiku - it was as if a miracle had occurred!

    walking on water
    ripples from a footprint
    in time

    Debbie

  8.  
    d. f. tweney
    2009-03-15 17:22:35
     

    This is just a test message.

  9.  
    b.m.r.
    2009-03-16 05:40:45
     

    march dawn
    birds harmonic warbling--
    dft's test message

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