Photo-haiku and the Reason to Take Classes

I took a photo-haiku workshop at a Treasures of Japan Festival because someone whose writing I admire sent me a flyer. Although I haven’t done much work with poetry since college, the program fee was low and the workshop sounded like fun. Best decision I made all weekend. The teachers – a poet and photographer/poet – were fabulous, the other students were delightful, and I liked what I wrote. Best of all, we got to do some collaborative work. Seriously, when someone offers to teach you something and it isn’t immoral or illegal, say yes.

Luck and wisdom!

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One Response to “Photo-haiku and the Reason to Take Classes”

  1. hamanne Says:

    Made me laugh.

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