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The Haiku Lesson December 18, 2012

Posted by The Typist in Odd Words, Poetry, Toulouse Street.
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Haiku Lesson No. 1: Daffodils

Cloud-lonely journey.
A sudden daffodil host
banishes all gloom.

Haiku Lesson No. 2: The Waste Land

Tomb-builders erect
concrete monuments. We are
all hollow with death.

Haiku Lesson No. 3: Anecdote of the Jar

In Tennessee I
placed a jar upon a hill,
subduing mountains.

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