Poetry Poetry Friday

Haiku Poems by Tyler Knott Gregson

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Fats here.

I am joining the blogging community this week for Poetry Friday. I have with me four haiku poems written by Tyler Knott Gregson. He is a poet, author, and professional photographer based out of Montana. He is well-known for his Typewriter Series. The poems below are part of his other series called “Daily Haiku on Love.” If you wish to know more about him and what he does, you may check out his website! =)

The images I used were created using card templates and fonts from Fotor. You may click the image to enlarge the text. Hope you enjoy reading them! =)

Don’t forget to check out Writing the World for Kids for more Poetry Friday contributions. The round-up post is hosted by Laura Purdie Salas. =)





Happy Poetry Friday Reading! =)

Fats is the Assistant Manager for Circulation Services at the Wayne County Public Library in Wooster, Ohio. She considers herself a reader of all sorts, although she needs to work on her non-fiction reading. Fats likes a good mystery but is not too fond of thrillers. She takes book hoarding seriously and enjoys collecting bookmarks and tote bags. When she is not reading, Fats likes to shop pet apparel for her cat Penny (who absolutely loathes it).

7 comments on “Haiku Poems by Tyler Knott Gregson

  1. Thank you. I like the combination with the visuals. Thanks for the link.


  2. These are just gorgeous. I mean, Tyler’s haiku are wonderful. But did YOU create the whole visuals on Fotor? Wow! It’s like a picture book collaboration with you as the illustrator. I’m going to have to try it out. Thanks for sharing these, Fats!


    • Fats Suela

      Thank you, Laura! These are ready-made templates on Fotor that I used. I just deleted the sample text and typed Tyler’s words. It’s a free website where you can edit photos and create your own design. I used to have a Fotor app on my phone, but I occasionally use the website when I post quotes or poems on the blog. Check it out and let me know how it goes! =)


      • Cool–thanks! I’ve been trying a couple of apps for similar things, most notably Word Swag, which I love. Once I get the hang of them fully, I’m going to add Fotor to the arsenal. Bookmarked it:>)


  3. maryleehahn

    Fotor looks like it produces similar results to Canva. So many amazing creativity tools are available now! You have made the most of them with these pairings!


    • Fats Suela

      Thank you, Mary! And thank you for letting me know about Canva. I am not tech or media savvy. I don’t even dabble with Photoshop, but I think I’m going to check out and maybe experiment with Canva. =)


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