Friday, June 14, 2013

Almond Blossoms- Haiku Collection by Franco Debono

Dear all,

I have come across a very interesting Haiku collection which I would
like to bring to your attention. The author Dr. Franco Debono is a
Maltese criminal lawyer and politician. The haiku
collection is accompanied by a very interesting philosophical essay
about the nature of time and the essence of life.

One can obtain a copy of the booklet from with the ISBN
9789995703073. I hope you find the collection interesting too.



Tuesday, November 27, 2012

lace curtains

The old lace curtains
before the cool rains come
beckon us to dinner
-Bernadette Etter-

Tuesday, July 05, 2011


after the divorce
the emptiness of
an empty finger

Norman Wm. Muise

Sunday, September 10, 2006

Congratulations ! Nick Virgilio Haiku Association BLOG

born again
and again and again -
haiku life
Congratulations from the World Kigo Databast to your new BLOG!
A fellow Haiku Blogger
GABI from Japan

Sunday, June 25, 2006

How to publish your haiku and senru here

To publish your haiku and senru, email your submission to:

It will publish automatically when you hit "send". Be sure to put the title for your entry in the subject line and the poem in the body of the email itself. Proofread carefully.
Share your comments on the work: Use the "comment" button below any posting.

Monday, April 24, 2006

Nick Virgilio Haiku Association web-site

Congratulations to a blog for Nick Virgilio started! Now people will have more opportunities to express themselves in writing haiku poetry!

You are also invited to visit Nick Virgilio's web-site at
If you share love for haiku and Nick Virgilio, You can become a member of this Association, just go to the membership page and see what you can do.
Rona Rose

Sunday, March 26, 2006

Welcome to the Nick Virgilio Haiku Association Blog

This blog grows from the energy of "A Haiku Eye on Camden: 1st Annual Nick Virgilio Haiku Association Conference," at Rutgers University, Camden, March 2006, co-sponsored by the Nick Virgilio Haiku Association and Rutgers-Camden English Department.

It's a place to post haiku, senryu and more...and a place where we can continue the gracious sharing of poetry and critique, warmth and insight that began at the conference.