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Two Haibun – Blithe Spirit

Denial   I did not want to hear it.   Your blood pressure is too high, the doctor said. This is serious. You might have a heart attack. I’m going to prescribe some pills. Take one every morning.   thunderheads … Continue reading

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Haiku

  “Martha Magenta re-read a swansong in Bristol, U.K. It’s an “odd phenomena” admits Luciana Moretto in Treviso, Italy, “but I’m sure that my departed brother often comes to visit me.” The haikuist wrote a book of verse about his … Continue reading

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Haiku

rippling moon the plop of an otter in the pool robin’s egg on the ground fractured sky north wind her ashes find their way home © Martha Magenta Akitsu Quarterly Fall 2017 http://www.wildgraces.com/Akitsu-Quarterly.html

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