Category Archives: David McKee

Daily Haiku: Jan. 8, 2021

asleep with ease I become a butterfly by David McKee (USA) the river knows the way: Haiku Dubuque, 2010

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Daily Haiku, Aug. 7, 2015

deep inside the city’s sound winter crows                                              by David McKee

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Daily Haiku, May 29, 2015

foot of the mountain holding the stone holding its story    by David McKee

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