House of Haiku
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House of Haiku

Halloween Haiku

I Once Loved a Witch

We have hearts too, ya know

Photo by Sharon McCutcheon on Unsplash

her black heart glowed red

ceremony of past times

binds together now

The prose behind the poetry

As a midwife, I’ve been steeped in the tradition of female folklore. So when I found a collection of items by the…




Haiku is a form of poetry usually inspired by nature, which embraces simplicity. We invite all poetry lovers to have a go at composing Haiku. Be warned. You could become addicted.

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Brooke Kochel RN

Brooke Kochel RN

Mama, Midwife, Shamanista: Just a gypsy soul learning to grow roots. Featured & Tweeted by Medium. Words in Better Humans, An Injustice & The Pink.

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