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Rust and Dust

#Haiku Happenings #3: Kim Russell’s latest tan #renga for Carpe Diem!

writing in north norfolk

grasses wilt:
the braking locomotive
grinds to a halt                                Yamaguchi Seishi, (Tr. Michael R. Burch)

dust between the rusty tracks
a dandelion stoplight                      Kim M. Russell, 11th September 2018

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My response to Carpe Diem Tan Renga Challenge Chained Together III: grasses wilt

In a month of Tan Renga challenges, today we have a haiku by Yamaguchi Seishi, translated by MichaelBurch.

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