Bedroom window #100

3/27/2013

3/27/2013

And now it begins

I know you do not see it

but it always does

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It’s Today! It’s Today!

Actually it is day 3 of my giveaway and

I already have my first bad review.  Which is awesome!  and no not sarcasm.  I have been writing for what…. since December 12, so less then 4 months, I really wanted to be instantly brilliant, but that did not work out, but I am okay with that.  Because not all publishers can start off with the Bible.  Thank you Gutenberg for making the rest of us look like amateurs.

Oh Boo hoo!

okay all better.  Sigh.  Anyway to read my first bad review or to write one you can go

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and Again until March 29, 2013 I am Free!

Free Betty Generic!

My first poetry chapbook titled “and this happens:”

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8 thoughts on “Bedroom window #100

  1. really liked:

    “… I know you do not see it
    but it always does …”

    reminded me of a phrase that Katagiri Roshi often used (paraphrase) – even though we do not understand [something] it nevertheless is

    tree is still not budding; ivy is still perennial (another Katagiri?); and what is that brown patch about two metres uphill from the trunk – it was there before the snow and is there still (and another?)

  2. Hey 2 stars are better than 1! I checked out her other reviews, apparently she likes reading about Korea. Possibly you would earn her favor if you could find it within yourself to write a book of Haiku’s about the country of Korea :) I’m reading your book – I tend to read poetry slowly because I want to see if the words are saying something more to me, than just what is on the page. Sounds wacky, I know. So far, I like what I feel when I’m reading your book.

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