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a summer evening of haiku


undo the wrong thing
undo it we will need to,
never the king says





on summer solstice
the universe has conspired
to summon the sun




tea, snacks and cookies,
monsoon, rain, drought and suicides,
daily evening shots



news stream in nonstop
more death at home, more chaos;
all altered to news




haiku or senryū
law keeper or law breaker
birthright or bare plight?



FALL BLISSFULLY
Pic: Adapted from an original image by Ashley Tellis

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