Category Archives: Ideas Worth Spreading
“Autumn Rains”, a haiku by Gregg Hake Darkened clouds above Pouring out their tears below Wilt thou clear by dawn?
Yesterday morning my youngest son told me that he was hungry no more than 5 minutes after eating a big breakfast. I told him that it might be a good idea to wait a few minutes so that his stomach … Continue reading
Watch the first step: it’s a doozy! I am training a young Harris’s Hawk for falconry at the moment and one of the most significant steps in manning (training) a hawk is getting it to hop from a perch to … Continue reading
I recently read Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “Letter from a Birmingham Jail”, which was written in response to a written statement of public concern issued by a group of white religious leaders of the South. In it King described his … Continue reading
“Sunlight”, a haiku by Gregg Hake Sun’s rays beaming down Warm my face against the cold- Like you warm my heart
“Oneness”, a haiku by Gregg Hake Peering into the forest: oneness, not sameness— Should man be not thus?