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Haiku Dialogue – Ink

  ink brush on the nightjar’s wing a sliver of light   Haiku Dialogue – Ink Troutswirl, The Haiku Foundation Blog 24 July 2019 https://www.thehaikufoundation.org/2019/07/24/haiku-dialogue-ink/?fbclid=IwAR1RNRq08826Jyr1bdgSQrv7nlGu1WVUYTkbOmBQ6W0SiUTwWysSiD3I3oY

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Tanka – Frameless Sky Issue 10

  cold castle crypt— even the moon can’t reach the depths of my guilt and sorrow   the passionate cry of a stag awakens the forest . . . parts of me forever wild   vampire moon cloaked in clouds … Continue reading

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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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