Maria Moss

Blog posts by Maria Moss:

How to Haiku Part Two
A long journey ends when farmers grab their rifles wolves in Germany   Remember the Haiku rules from last week? If not, check here. As opposed … Continue reading How to Haiku Part Two

How to Haiku
I finally know why students don’t like Haikus too many syllables Ooops, something went wrong – right: the last line. It has 6 syllables but should … Continue reading How to Haiku

An Encounter at Canyon de Chelly
It was a clear and sunny day in early April when we arrived with a student group at Canyon de Chelly (pronounced dəˈʃeɪ/ or də·shā′). We had … Continue reading An Encounter at Canyon de Chelly

A New National Holiday – A Riddle
By all rights, I should be a national holiday in the United States. I am not as politically incorrect as Columbus Day which Native Americans are … Continue reading A New National Holiday – A Riddle

Canyon de Chelly, Navajo Nation, Arizona
I first came across White House Ruin in Canyon de Chelly (pronounced dəˈʃeɪ or də·shā′) in N. Scott Momaday’s Pulitzer Prize winning novel, House Made of … Continue reading Canyon de Chelly, Navajo Nation, Arizona