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Haiku Dialogue, a shiny instrument

  yellow bird his fingers fly over the clarinet   Haiku Dialogue, a shiny instrument, 22 May 2019 Troutswirl, The Haiku Foundation Blog https://www.thehaikufoundation.org/2019/05/22/haiku-dialogue-whats-at-hand-week-17/?fbclid=IwAR0TuaQedZdRzfYmSpXw_D4TH-Tir5Xsa5YA5ubb36rY3_cURhg30jg8vgk Advertisements

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Haiku – Modern Haiku

  hunger moon a glistening coin in the busker’s hat   © Martha Magenta   Modern Haiku vol. 49:2 Summer 2019 http://www.modernhaiku.org/issue49-2/index.html

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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

cold moon— moss covers his name on the gravestone   © Martha Magenta cattails April 2017 http://www.cattailsjournal.com/issues/cattails_APRIL2017_copy3.pdf     sparkling cider a busker blows stars into the sky beaver moon the wind makes a heap of pine cones our voices … Continue reading

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