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Haiku

  bruised apples— a tethered horse bites the bit   clarinet refrain a hat collects raindrops   summer storm the silent rising of the river   © Martha Magenta   Blithe Spirit Journal of The British Haiku Society, Vol 27, … Continue reading

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Haiku

  scythe moon a mower cuts into the silence the rhythm of her knitting needles sedge warbler wild grasses a whisper of mother’s scent in the wind my ideas about who I am morning dew © Martha Magenta Blithe Spirit … Continue reading

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Haiku

  spring equinox— a heron’s shadow moves into summertime rain on furrows— a seagull lowers the sky   © Martha Magenta Blithe Spirit issue 27.2 May, 2017

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