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Haiku – Haiku Dialogue

  borrowed book I punctuate the marginalia!   Haiku Dialogue – borrowed book Troutswirl, The Haiku Foundation Blog 13 February 2019 https://www.thehaikufoundation.org/2019/02/13/haiku-dialogue-whats-at-hand-week-3/?fbclid=IwAR1vQ-tmZagarR1bFzUAf6xYZFLjimsRUjp0mWImCCPsXRHnkXwL6xJ42D8 Advertisements

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Haiku – Luca’s Lily Pad

  tarot reading the chattering of magpies . Martha Magenta . Luca Cenisi’s Comment: This haiku strikes for its incisive juxtaposition between the two parts. There’s no cutting mark (kireji 切れ字); still, the switch from a deeply human (and esoteric) … Continue reading

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Haiku – Presence

  whispering rain the scratch of a pen in the reading room     fresh violets a child practices her curtsy   Best-of-issue Award for ‘fresh violets’   Presence issue 61,  July 2018  ISSN 1366-5367 http://haikupresence.org/

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