A New York Times opinion piece by Sarah Ruhl caught my eye today, “Broadway Is Closed. Write Poems Instead: When theaters shuttered, Shakespeare turned to poetry.” We can, too! Even if it doesn’t rhyme, it’s a healthy use of time. Poetry helps you know what you think, and it also keeps you in the pink. Accepting how you feel helps you stay so real!
My best buddy Walt and I enjoy exchanging poems. With profound apologies to Matsuo Bashō, whom I have posthumously added to our team, I offer my yearlong collection of mostly haiku free for download to anyone who would like a peek.
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