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two haiku for the end of the year

#Haiku Happenings #1 (1/1/22): Patrick Gillespie’s latest haiku!

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    slicing
        a lemon in half—winter nights already
            shorter

    103: December 27th


    going
        where the Milky Way goes after the road
            ends

    104: December 30th 2021 | bottlecap

  • I hope you’ve had a good Christmas and are having a happy New Year. Writing December’s haiku has been like tipping a teaspoon of milk from an empty bowl. By this point I’ve written close to 1,800. Maybe I can save myself from further repetition, if not too much already, by making these two haiku my last. I wish all the best for the coming year.

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  1. Well. If nobody else way say it, I think these two haiku aren’t bad. I also think it’s for the best the author take a break and maybe leave off writing haiku for a while. Some of his haiku have gotten a little repetitive. Let that field go fallow. There are other crops to harvest.

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