Category Archives: Mary Kipps

Daily Haiku: Sept. 8, 2016

summer rust first orange leaf on the sugar maple   by Mary Kipps the Aurorean, Spring/Summer 2010     Advertisements

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Daily Haiku: Aug. 16, 2016

senryu paper roses even in armani still a clown                           by Mary Kipps Modern Haiku, 41.2      

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Daily Haiku, March 12, 2015

fall foliage– your memory in the passenger seat       by Mary Kipps

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