#Haiku Happenings #5: Toni Spencer’s latest #AmericanSentence for Carrie’s Sunday Muse Blogspot!
An American Sentence for Carrie’s Sunday Muse BlogSpot. An American Sentence is exactly 17 syllables and is a complete sentence. It is different from a haiku in that there are no season references and is written in sentence form.
“Who will feed the orphans when all the parents have gone?” ― Anthony T. Hincks Families
Families only are allowed; I am an orphan and cannot go.
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