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Haiku for May Blogathon 2011

Bad eyes, bad knees, bad back. what I can’t prevent, I endure. —Richard Robinson What the right gets wrong: Gay’s not a lifestyle but a life; and life’s best shared. “Defend” marriage? From couples devoted for years? The heart knows … Continue reading

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On Haiku: the “One-Breath Poem,” Pseudo-Haiku, and You

Patient POV decided to join Michelle Rafter’s Blogathon 2011 Haiku Day May 10th. At first, it seemed simple. But I learned today that haiku is a little more complex. In fact, if you consult with people who have studied Japanese, … Continue reading

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