Blog #128: Summer Poet

July 13, 2023
Julian Miller

Soft seeds of silver
Blowing away with the wind
Dandelion drones

Julian Miller
Writing a haiku for you
Ooh, that's another
I am a poet
And I don't even know it
Better sign off now.
Foto: Julian put together our third Summertime Haiku - reflecting on a moment of enjoying creativity.


During the summer months - instead of putting together our regular blog - we invite our readers to contribute a Haiku reflecting on creation or efforts in creation-keeping.  Haikus are a short form of poetry, originally from Japan. Traditionally, they consist of three phrases - the first one with five syllabi, the second one with seven syllabi, and the third with five syllabi again. One Haiku is enough, but you can also combine it with a picture, a story, or another Haiku. Feeling inspired? Please send your haiku to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.