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Daily Haiku, Dec. 30, 2015

teeming ant hill thoughts of a future invasion by Ignatius Fay A Hundred Gourds, 1:1, December 2011

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Gray Days Inspire Haiku

The gray days of winter may not be pleasant to look at, but they definitely affect our moods–which can be good for a writer! This season inspires a lot of my haiku, as I am holed up inside. taking refuge … Continue reading

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