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Haiku in the Workplace – A Job Well Done

  aiming for a breakthrough glass ceiling — Martha Magenta   Haiku in the Workplace, The Haiku Foundation Blog, June 29, 2017 https://www.thehaikufoundation.org/2017/06/28/haiku-in-the-workplace-a-job-well-done/  

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Senryu

  dwindling river grandmother knits by touch   © Martha Magenta Frogpond Journal 40:1 May, 2017 http://www.hsa-haiku.org/frogpond/aboutfrogpond.html

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Haiku

his last breath the wind takes the last orchard leaf threelinepoetry.com March 2017   mammogram my shadow leads the way   knitting a shawl grandmother folds into the fog © Martha Magenta Inner Voices: International Women’s Haiku Festival March 12, … Continue reading

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