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Emerging to Elementary Haiku

27 January, 2016
Since December last year I’ve had 7 poems published!
December 2015
Hedgerow (a lovely artistic and poetical blog) published my poem emerging in #59 of the ezine. It’s a poem in blank verse about the process of writing a novel.
I am really honoured to have had one of my haiku accepted for publication in the November magazine edition of Scifaikuest.
Dial 174 published 4 poems in #104; two blank verse poems Purple Textures (about lavender) and Birch Branches and Bracken (about a walk in English summertime woods) and two rhythmical (but not really rhyming) poems Gardens (based on gardens in the bible) and Finale (an amalgamation of biblical stories and Fay Sampson tales).
My haiku sequence Elemental Haiku appears in Kind of a Hurricane’s latest Anthology entitled Elementary My Dear.
What a great way to start the year!
© Freya Pickard 2016

Hedgerows & Wing of Dreams

11 May, 2015
Just to let you know that this week a poem of mine will be appearing at Hedgerow which is a beautiful blog run by Caroline Skanne Please check it out and let me know what you think of it. I would encourage you to follow the Hedgerow blog – the poetry on it is very diverse.
Also this week I am being interviewed by Sharmishtha at Wing of Dreams. The interview starts today, 11th May and she will ask me a question each day until 18th May 2015. Find out more about me and Dracomagan and my other writings…
© Freya Pickard 2015

Being 51

26 September, 2013
hedgerows red with blood-berries, russet tones of autumn sunset, green leaves edged with rust; year decays
© Freya Pickard 2013

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