This part has ended

Thank you so much for joining me for this blog series celebrating National Poetry Month. If you missed any posts or want to read them again, you can do so here

I also want to say thank you to those who purchased a copy of my book, Haiku Ponderings. It’s much appreciated and I especially love it when you share pics, thoughts, or haiku! If you haven’t got your copy yet, the promotional price ($0.99 USD) for the ebook will continue until April 30. After that it goes back up to full price.  

As an indie author, it warms my heart and adds a smile to my face that you’ve chosen to spend your time and money on my creation. Thank you so much!

If you want to put a wider smile on my face, please consider leaving a review on Goodreads, Amazon (Kindle or Paperback), or wherever you purchased the book. Not only does this help me out, but it also helps other readers find the book too. If you need help writing a review, check out my tutorials (with videos) for Goodreads and Amazon.

The past few months I’ve been in a bit of a dry spell when it came to writing haiku—I wasn’t nearly as prolific as I had been in the past. However, in reviewing the haiku selected for this blog series (and subsequently re-reading my collection) I’ve fallen back in love with writing haiku. (I’ve sorely missed it!) 

It’s inspired me to start brainstorming ideas for future collections and episode ideas for the next season of The Haiku Pond. I’m still in the early planning stages (some of these ideas are still forming in my head!) but if you join my mailing list, it’ll be the best place to get updates for all of my projects—haiku and otherwise. 

Lastly, I hope these haiku help bring a smile to your face, let you see the world from a different angle, or be more present and mindful. Before I sign off, I’ll leave you with one last haiku and it’s another one of my favorites, but I’m biased (of course) so I’ll let you decide for yourself:

This part has ended.
But with each ending there is—
A new beginning.

Anthony Nanfito, Haiku Ponderings

A Question for You to Ponder

What’s something new you want to start, but you’ve been putting it off?

Share your answer in the comments below.


Book Promo for National Poetry Month:

The featured haiku in this post is from my haiku collection, Haiku Ponderings. This collection features over 100 haiku centered around the themes of Mindfulness, Compassion, Gratitude, Love & Loss, and Give & Forgive.

In celebration of (U.S.) National Poetry Month, my collection is discounted for a promotion price of $0.99 from Fri April 1, 2022 to Sat April 30, 2022 on the following retailers. Follow the link below to download your copy today!

Elephant statue in a garden waving hi to you

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A creative soul expressing himself thru sci-fi stories, haiku, & podcasts. Podcast 🎙 host of Blinded by Science & The Haiku Pond. Visit my website to explore my creations: anthonynanfito.com.

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