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Haiku – The Heron’s Nest

  frosted grass I warm my hands on the horse’s breath   The Heron’s Nest Volume XX, Number 4: December 2018 https://www.theheronsnest.com/December2018/poets-index.html?fbclid=IwAR3ARqOhBwhaLQrC8qLJNUHlWvooQP8yAZbgG-B_0vB917EjXl_FUbb7ue0 Advertisements

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Haiku – Time Haiku

  May day the warm eyes of a doe through buckthorn leaves   cherry blossoms the notes of an alto sax in the evening air   © Martha Magenta Time Haiku Issue 48, August 2018 https://www.facebook.com/TimeHaiku/?hc_ref=ARSMyz7pUihZVe65cVolAJSpCdO7xgn3xVp9U53QgvScuRt-VC5isEBHbIsyvXj2yEY&fref=nf&hc_location=group

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Tanka

  the pungent scent of autumn leaves . . . a vagrant takes a piss in the rain     crowds of people up and down the steps in silence I read Euridice on the subway wall     tendrils … Continue reading

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