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Special to The Daily Haiku, Jan. 18, 2020: Haiku Sequence/Haiga by Lidia Rozmus

Mindful by Lidia Rozmus on my wrist bead by bead time passes immigration office seeing my fingerprints for the first time tonight shooting star’s path my path winter moon in deep craters insomnia in silence no beginning no end in … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: Jan. 5, 2020

the light showing so many paths through the woods   by Tom Clausen (USA) Akitsu Quarterly, Summer 2019

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What Frivolous Wish(es) Do You Have for Yourself in 2020?

At the beginning of the new year, some people say they wish for grand things like world peace. I wonder, though, what frivolous wishes people have just for themselves. For example, I have more things than I need and am … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: Dec. 23, 2019

demolition the horse’s name still etched on his stall by Barbara Tate (USA) Frogpond, Vol. 42:3, 2019

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Daily Haiku: Dec. 22, 2019

grazing reindeer the girl in emo jeans and purple hair   by Alan Summers  (UK) From “The Wonder Room” haibun Red River Book of Haibun, November 2019

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Daily Haiku: Dec. 16, 2019

branched calligraphy scrawled across a chalky sky . . . in between, the geese by Jo Balistreri (USA) Honorable Mention Illinois State Poetry Society Contest, 2019

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Daily Haiku: Dec. 5, 2019

donor forms while the body is still warm lilac breeze by Ignatius Fay (Canada) Second Prize World Haiku Competition, 2010

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