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July - haiku by Dennis Lange

Cloudless sky,
Temperature high;
Grass is dry.

Mid-summer:
Hot, and pale blue skies,
Brown pastures.

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* The haiku I write are lines of 3-5-3 syllables instead of 5-7-5. 19 more words

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Bookstores And Blogs by Dennis Lange

A thousand squares of reading feet
…And all the tomes for sale.
From floor to head, and more, each treat
…With wrap and blurbs regale. 144 more words

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Three Miscellaneous Haiku by Dennis Lange

The Mer-turtle

My first glance
Saw brown turtle shell
And white head.

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Fishermen

Fishing net,
Men stretched out into
Fishing line.

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The Civil War - haiku by Dennis Lange

One nation
Not allowed to stay
Divided.

The West’s key:
The Mississippi.
Win Vicksburg.

Scorch the East;
Cut off Lee’s supplies.
Surrender.

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Three Miscellaneous Haiku by Dennis Lange


The Old Song, When She Comes

Coming down
The mountain; she’ll be
Coming down.

Legacy

A ship’s wake.
May there be good trails… 91 more words

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Writer's Block - haiku by Dennis Lange

Loudest sound
When Muse is silent:
Tick, tick, tick.

Starting block
To end writer’s block:
A, B, C.

Write poorly,
Or just write some words. 35 more words

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Back And Forth - haiku by Dennis Lange

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An Evolutionist Might Say

Gorilla,
Going up the tree
To be man.

And I Would Say

Balderdash!
Monkey business!
God made man.

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