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Sunday Haiku

leaves fall through still air gifting us the taste of truth with Earth’s rotation nature’s apprentice paints ice crystals on each blade of grass on long nights unhindered comet when time comes to be present crows will know the sky Haiku contributed from Nite Rote.

Sunday Haiku

how does it rain here asked the whale to the human who held their last breath   some people I know have slipped on leaves this winter cold wet dirty leaves   earth ran out of clouds foreign correspondents are reporting a smiling moon   Haiku contributed from Nite Rote.

Sunday Haiku

the folds of the brain velveteen rabbit discarded still wiggle your toes   she employs rupture techniques treating trials as lynchings a jackal haunts her   Chechnya girl leave your home burns keeping you warm as you watch helplessly   Haiku contributed from Nite Rote.

Sunday Haiku

the fog is tired it lies against my window panes evening till morning   if tigers sleep through anarchy in the autumn may we dream awake   Egypt is a place where Borges could have written quite the true story Haiku contributed from Nite Rote.