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color spectrum haiku

the black flickering shadow of the red cardinal dances on white snow Advertisements

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’51 Gibson J-45

I’m a gardener, you’re the volunteer who vines by the row of heirloom Better Boys, you hide near the hollyhocks along the splintered wood fence, dry in the sunlight.      I’m a mapmaker, your cheeks are hilltops, your tears flow like … Continue reading

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Autumn in West Virginia Does This To Me

I admit, I cheated a slight bit in the syllable-count of line-3, but it’s with license. FRAME picture the mountain side, red brown yellow sunlight skeletal sycamore

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Her Arched Brow of Politics

My omni-influences of this morning’s haiku… Her Arched Brow of Politics  red oak leaves under slate stain sky, skirts extremes like Kate McGarrigle

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Seed

Seed squirrel let go acorn fore it lands on forest floor we hear spirit breathe

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