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From today’s run

A seven-mile run gives one time to think. birds, black and white, eye- ball each other, expressing no thanks to the line –T.A. Sukany 06 Jun 2017

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Welcome New Year

According to m-w.com, “ACTOR” 2 a :  one who represents a character in a dramatic production b :  a theatrical performer c :  one who behaves as if acting a part Please Believe Me “When the powerful use their position … Continue reading

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Here’s another MEDIA-inspired haiku. I pray for America each day. Join me in asking for common sense.

Those who “hate” seldom use the word and those who do . . . do not.  I hear ya. –Todd Sukany 02 Dec 2016

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Another Haiku for this season

America Would the seemingly growing majority please define “criminal”? –Todd Sukany  26 Oct 2016

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Thank you

I offer thanks for all the well-meaning posts on “social” media. Ocean-Front Land in Iowa I read some Facebook posts and changed my mind. –Todd Sukany 17 Sep 2016

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Thank you Taco Bell patrons

Etiquette Two orange t-shirts, in their fifties, occupy a corner booth designed for six, share belch after belch for our noon meal. –Todd Sukany 16 May 2016

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Haiku #61 (or so)

directly after the storm passed, firmament like shells on sidewalk –Todd Sukany 12 May 2016

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Haiku #60 Fog

Fog covers the pond like PC language. Patience, message of the sun. –Todd Sukany 03 May 2016

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Two Turtles — Haiku #58

Two Turtles pile onto the road slowly at first before they stop at my shadow –Todd Sukany 24 Apr 2016 Haiku #58 (by some count)

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