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Daily Haiku: Sept. 10, 2020

a piercing cry Noh Theater actors become their masks by Carmen Sterba (USA) The Heron’s Nest, XX, No. 2:  June 2018 Carmen Sterba was an international student and teacher in Japan for decades. She became enamored of haiku, and read … Continue reading

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The Daily Haiku: Feb. 17, 2016

senryu invasive species— the trail guide prods each plant with his foot by Carmen Sterba Modern Haiku, 38.3, 2007

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