Category Archives: Fay Aoyagi

Daily Haiku: March 11, 2016

pre-surgery dinner tiny ocean in the oyster shell  by Fay Aoyagi Modern Haiku, Fall 1998  

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Daily Haiku, Oct. 5, 2015

these stones with a story inside– autumn deepens by Fay Aoyagi, Author of In Borrowed Shoes

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Daily Haiku, Sept. 20, 2015

a hole in my sweater I ask him one more time what he meant by Fay Aoyagi, Author of  In Borrowed Shoes

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