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Haiku #53

three bicycles brave the trail before me, wiping webs. break open praise –Todd Sukany 26 Sept 2015

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Haiku #52

first on the trail means I’m the rabbit for spider webs. clearly autumn –Todd Sukany 19 Sept 2015

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Haiku #51

Haiku #51 (for Andrew Paul) Yard birds, cloudy brown, miss Paul’s big hands and little feeds. Empty kitchen chair. –Todd Sukany 12 July 2015

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Haiku #50

after running a mile I return to see that turtle only now deciding to stick his neck out –Todd Sukany 5 July 2015

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Haiku #49 Trendy

many faces beam the test pattern of old-tyme SMPTE –Todd Sukany 29 June 2015

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Haiku #48 Religious Decline

religious decline the upcoming election CNN concludes –Todd Sukany 13 May 2015

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Haiku #47 Mockingbird

Mama Mockingbird your hip-hop song and hidden eggs don’t interest me –Todd Sukany 10 May 2015

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Haiku #46 “May Day”

“May Day” not a cry across airwaves but a clear shout out to promise –Todd Sukany 9 May 2015

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Haiku #45

overnight, I grew twenty feet and you wonder about pants? or shoes? –Todd Sukany 28 Apr 2015

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Haiku #44 Easter

Easter Sunday morn. Croquet mallets. Three siblings. Live crucifixion. –Todd Sukany 8 Apr 2015

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