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Haibun by Janice Doppler

Three Treasures I wander a two-acre Japanese garden.  Raked gravel paths suggest the flow of water.  Pocket gardens focus on a single plant, sculpture, or boulder.  Purple, mauve, pink, and white azaleas in diverse stages of bloom.  A bee with … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: April 23, 2020

the rustle of leaves each its own shade of green   by Janice Doppler (USA) Frogpond, Vol. 43:1, Winter 2020

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