My front door haiku with the first photo of Gretchen and me for the new year. We’re still staying behind the closed front door.
by Veronica Hosking
Introvert stays home
Daily routine goes unchanged
Front door remains closed
Photo: The author (left) and her daughter Gretchen taking their first photo of 2020 in front of the family’s front door.
NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR: Not only am I an introvert, I do not have a driver’s license because of Cerebral Palsy. My whole life I have enjoyed being a homebody; this new social distancing is the same old routine in my world.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Veronica Hosking is a wife, mother, and poet. Her family and day job, cleaning the house, serve as inspiration for most of her poetry. She was the poetry editor for MaMaZina magazine from 2006-2011. Her poems have been featured online and in print anthologies, including Stone Crowns Magazine, Poetry Nook, Silver Birch Press, Poetry Pea, Arizona Matsuri, and Blue Guitar Magazine. Veronica keeps a poetry blog at vhosking.wordpress.com
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I also enjoyed your Mask poem at Silver Birch Press.
Thank you, Ken. I really should reblog it. Been busy with life, getting ready to move Robin up to Oregon.