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Haiku Dialogue – a hand-me-down toy

  the warm gaze of an old brown bear . . . Grandma’s kindness   Haiku Dialogue – a hand-me-down toy Troutswirl, The Haiku Foundation Blog 17 April 2019 https://www.thehaikufoundation.org/2019/04/17/haiku-dialogue-whats-at-hand-week-12/?fbclid=IwAR0_Pzs-rpbrMJpu0fdHHkf3es7cM9WvLiHHuxSY-oTeiGvHE4LkIxIISh4 Advertisements

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Wild Voices Anthology vol II

  hospice sunrise a smile of recognition through the mist     four-handed clock . . . we wind grandma’s wool stretching the night towards solstice   © Martha Magenta   wild voices, vol 2: an anthology of short poetry … Continue reading

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Family Haiku

  grandma searches for her reading glasses dwindling sunset     teen son adjusting a new voice— raven’s song     white butterfly the blank pages of mum’s diary   © Martha Magenta   brass bell: a haiku journal – … Continue reading

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