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I wish I could record the fragrance of its flowers and send it to everyone. – Niebla (© 2018) Advertisements

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The my little daughter said haiku

“Put it in five gears,” she used to say to make me go faster and pass. – Niebla (© 2014)

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The blood haiku

Wars run in blood down palace walls, in blood do wars run down palace walls. – Niebla (© 2013) Written for blood at Haiku Heights. A rather somber one inspired by William Blake’s poem London and by the thought that … Continue reading

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The primeval haiku

What did you do to- day, my dear man? I hunted and gathered, what else! – Niebla (© 2013) So much for a healthy lifestyle and ‘health’ at Haiku Heights.

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Apprentice troubles

Oh my toe! Only one-eyed – trying to sorcer one of five or six. –Niebla ( © 2010 ) Note on genesis of this haiku ditty The topic at One Single Impression was “apprentice,” and the poem given as an … Continue reading

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The naked rock haiku

Plants will encroach,
cover nudity. Continue reading

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The one

… passionate ending to / many long dark nights. Continue reading

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