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Haiku – Harusame

  brisk breeze— a seagull’s wings sweep the mist   Commentary: a sense of movement (ugoki 動き) that links the two part of the poem, thanks also to the alliteration of the ‘s’ sound in the second ku 句. The … Continue reading

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Haiku – Luca’s Lily Pad

  blustery wind kicking a leaf into winter   Commentary by Luca Cenisi: Another great piece of work, where the unmarked cut at the end of line 1 gives continuity to a reading that favors a dynamic and fragile vision … Continue reading

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Haiku – Femku

  old wounds I cut the bruises out of windfalls   Femku – an ezine of Women’s Haiku, issue 1, June, 2018 https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/f4c0ea_a9c40cc96bec4fd1a43162c04ea16ef6.pdf

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