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  1. Kay Dubbleyuh says:

    As with so many otherwise, your Haiku do not leave me wondering why I read them. You take us there, and we’re not left ‘standing’ somehow befuddled in your setting, as is the case with so many others. Those ‘others’ are seemingly too busy trying to meet the 5-7-5 mark and it shows.
    Yours are like the difference between a few well-placed graceful brush strokes of the classic Japanese painter, and the incomplete paint-by-numbers canvas.
    Thank you for (finally) making haiku the readers’ experience I’ve otherwise only ever heard about. Its inherent beauty makes more sense to me now.

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