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Snow – A Haiku

The year’s first snow has appeared over here. It’s doubtful that temperatures will be low enough for it to remain more than a few days, which like it’s appearance, is a bit of a double-edged sword. The sight is absolutely

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Daily Writing Part 202. Story of Poems Part 136

Random words of the day: Bridge. Flea Just when the chapter looked like it was going to be over, the next words came in. It’s not like I don’t enjoy writing this chapter, on the contrary. I’m still having a

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Turning Point – A Celebratory Writing Haiku

At last there’s a bit of progress on a certain project I’ve been working on for quite some time! Remember a certain story I set out to write during my second and third NaNoWriMo? The initial draft of Pwnage was

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Daily Writing Part 201. Story of Poems Part 135

Random words of the day: Class. Travel What’s this? Might that be a callback to one of the earlier chapters? Are these bears actually characters from way back, making their return after all this time? That, would really depend on

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The Road to NaNoWriMo 2018 – 0. Return

Once again, I’m afraid I must say: it’s been a while, hasn’t it? A two months long while in this case. A lot has happened, not all of it pleasant and aside from the well-needed vacation I’ve recently returned from,

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Daily Writing Part 199. Story of Poems Part 133

Random words of the day: Dragon. Melon No, this isn’t a reference to a certain diplomatic flop. I thought of it immediately when I wrote it, but it’s all coincidence. This is apparently just how they do things in the

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Disturbance – A Haiku

From a positive poem on creation, we go to haiku inspired by a less enjoyable event. People walking the streets, talking like they’re a football field apart, long after midnight is already such a joy. When it’s followed by a

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