me hay(na)ku elsewhere-like

The Chatelaine herself, Eileen Tabios, recently asked after one of my ha(na)ku poems, many of which appear regular-like on this site. So this paticular one now has another life over at the April edition of Babaylan Speaks.

I'm sharing the poetry space with poets such as Ernesto Priego, Chad Parenteau, Rebecca Mabanglo-Mayor, Glynda Tejada Velasco. Go and see if looks different to when it was hanging round Ruby Street.


Ernesto said…
Such an honor to share that space with you. I loved your poem.
Jill Jones said…
Thanks Ernesto. Honour reciprocated. And your poem was great - fun as well as right on (thinking of the last stanza particularly)
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