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It’s Snowing Again (again!) – #dejavu2014

As we close out the year, I thought it would be fun to take part in DL Hammons‘ and Nicole Zoltack’s Deja Vu Blogfest, where you sign up and agree to post a blog from earlier this year that

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It’s Snowing Again

It’s snowing again. The world feels small and tidy… simple through my morning window. It’s snowing again. The day feels slow and manageable… simple over the top of my

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When is #Haiku not Haiku?

When it is a Senryū. We interrupt our rather irregular Thursday Haiku programming to bring you something completely different. As a lay-poet as far as these things go, like so many of my brethren of

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Thursday #Haiku – All for a Girl

On this day in history, in 1533, King Henry VIII was excommunicated from the Catholic Church by Pope Clement VII for defying the church and divorcing his wife, Catherine of Aragon. These things simply

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Thursday #Haiku – Single boot darkly

I captured this while hiking near my home and couldn’t resist. My mind was awhirl with stories to explain the things I captured in this picture. There is an empty, solitary leather boot, a broken

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