Culture Poetry

The Haibun Lens

As opposed to haiku, a brief pit stop in the now, the Japanese literary form of haibun shuttles the reader from A to B, teaching us to see the journey as unified and indivisible.

By Leath Tonino

The Haiku Corner Turns 5-7-5…

Kudos and congratulations to the biggest little discussion group on the Tricycle Community: the Haiku Corner, mindfully minded by our great good friend Gary Gach. Very soon (if it hasn’t already) the Haiku Corner’s discussion will…

By Tricycle

Clark Strand’s “Green” Spirituality

If you haven’t been following Clark Strand’s columns about Green Bodhisattvas on, you should be. It is fascinating and inspiring to watch Strand flesh out this idea that all ancient wisdom traditions share some type…

By Tricycle

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