Category Archives: Michele Root-Bernstein

Daily Haiku, Dec. 2, 2015

crack of dawn the silence slowly leaks away by Michele Root-Bernstein Acorn, Issue #34, Spring 2015 Advertisements

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Daily Haiku, Sept. 5, 2015

autumn leaves a flock of wood ducks turning home by Michele Root-Bernstein, on the “Haiku Path,” Millersburg, Ohio

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