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Darth – A Star Wars Haiku

Brother turned monster
Truly more machine than man
Is this goodbye, then?

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Just Getting Started – A Star Wars Haiku

The darkest of times
Call for most steadfast leaders
Are you up for it?

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Grand – A Star Wars Haiku

Sharp, smooth, and patient
He’ll stomach all obstacles
To get the job done

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True Self – A Star Wars Haiku

Hidden in plain sight
Brightly burning conviction
Reveals the true path

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My Own – A Star Wars Haiku

With true parent’s love
And blasters to back it up
They will shield their boy

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Jedi! – A Star Wars Haiku

His magnetic charm
Can make a couple credits
As well as great change

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Inquisitive – A Star Wars Haiku

Hunting tirelessly
With single-minded hatred
What’s behind it all?

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Royalty – A Star Wars Haiku

Alderaan’s brightest
Roasts on par with Mustafar
Carrie would be proud

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Hello There – A Star Wars Haiku

The wait is over
The fabled hero of old
Has returned at last

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Star Wars Locations: Old Town Factoryville

Old town Factoryville was a city on the planet Eriadu. The city was heavily industrialised by the planet’s rulers, who sought to make Eriadu so grand and prosperous it could compete with the galactic capital and become known as the

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