Princess Haiku is a literary collage of poetry, prose, photography, classical music, dance and book reviews, written in the tradition of a poetic memoir.
Thursday, November 13, 2014
angel guarding the city of souls said, Princess Haiku
I captured this angel watching over the sleeping souls of Cypress Lawn Cemetery in Colma. It was an overcast day with scarcely a touch of blue in the sky. "Poet, what are you doing wandering about a graveyard," I asked myself and had no answer.. After all it is in the nature of a poet to wander into the outer territories of the living and sometimes into the other world itself.
Diane Dehler is a poet known for her lyricism who has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize and was a finalist for the Anna Davidson Rosenberg Poetry Prizes 2016. 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 and; has been published in numerous poetry journals and three anthologies. Mostly recently she has published in, The Artemis Review, Cultural Weekly, Edgar Allan Poet, The Mas Tequila Review, The Criterion: An International Journal in English, Munyori Literary Review, The Taj Mahal Review, Truck, Deepwater Literary Journal, Moonbathing: A Journal of Women’s Tanka, Lummox Journal and poeticdiversity.