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New Beginnings – A Haiku

Another walk inspired haiku today. I have the good fortune of living with a small forest/park just around the corner with a petting zoo next to it, so I don’t have to go far to find a nice place to

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Hatchling – A Haiku

Even if it’s been heading back in the right direction, the writing schedule is still a tad chaotic. As a result, here’s a haiku I’d written sometime last week. It was inspired by one of the lovely sights I come

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Lucky Bird – A Haiku

Apologies once more for the lack of The Artist’s Tale last Friday. Be assured I’m working on rectifying that with a double feature! The stanza that was supposed to be posted last week is already finished and will be accompanied

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Garden Guests 4. Green As Grass – A Haiku

In the, for now, last installment of Garden Guests, we look at a creature I haven’t actually seen in person. After I’d returned home, my mother sent me a picture of one of the trees, containing another surprising …. This

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Garden Guests 3. Stepping Softly – A Haiku

Returning to the vacation garden and the increasing number of animals making an unexpected appearance, we meet a guest that I hadn’t seen yet, but apparently had been around before. While not appearing on a daily basis like the dragonfly,

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Garden Guest 2. Crawling Quills – A Haiku

In the second look at our  special garden guests we go from insect to mammal. This brown, prickly, remarkably large buddy just happened to came along one evening, us with its unexpected presence and disappeared almost just as quickly into

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Garden Guest 1. Water Dancer – A Haiku

Like all good things, my vacation has come to an end. No more early morning reading with coffee and a stunning view. No more daily dips and and laps in the nearby pool. No more cosy, relaxing evenings with good

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