Category Archives: Carole MacRury

Daily Haiku: Nov. 8, 2016

graveside service autumn leaves mingle with casket roses     by Carole MacRury, Author In the Company of Crows    

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Daily Haiku, April 22, 2016

death watch. . . I freshen the water of her bedside iris by Carole MacRury Haiku Friends, Osaka, Japan, 2007

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Daily Haiku, April 12, 2015

waiting room . . . the buzz of a fly behind the blinds by Carole MacRury, Author of In the Company of Crows

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