Princess Haiku is a literary collage of poetry, prose, photography, classical music, dance and book reviews, written in the tradition of a poetic memoir.
Monday, May 16, 2011
rain, pitter pattering on my roof, said Princess Haiku
I transferred my chrysanthemum seedlings into their large permanent pots. Rain is pattering away and hope they will be okay. -Didn't plan on a late May drenching, but after all they are flowers; drinking dream and the last stormy froth of a late Spring storm.
Diane Dehler is a poet known for her postmodern lyricism who has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. She received a degree from the Creative Writing Program at San Francisco State University, receiving the Outstanding Student of the Year Award. She is an English Language poet in the international literary scene & has been published in numerous poetry journals & three anthologies. Mostly recently she has published in, The Criterion: An International Journal in English, The Applicant: a Kathmandu based Online Journal, Munyori Literary Review, The Taj Mahal Review, Deepwater Literary Journal, Moonbathing: A Journal of Women’s Tanka & poeticdiversity.