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Raindrops are falling

In pre-dawn darkness,
thunder rumbles, rains move through.
Northern breezes blow.

Nancilynn Saylor
22 October 2017

Poetry

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AHS Spring Haiga Kukai: Non Seasonal Results with comments by judge Ron Moss

First Place

silence a haunting in the archives of a sigh

-Lorin Ford

Haiku that resonate more with every reading do not reveal themselves at first glance, they require a deeper investigation. 318 more words

Haiga Kukai

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Delighted to achieve a Second place!  

Second Place
rush hour the train station cornea by cornea
-Alan Summers
Judge's commentary:
Another fine one-line haiku and the wonderful use of cornea by cornea to focus on the mirroring qualities of all the elements at play. We can read many different links and connections into the glass lenses in the image and the humans on board the train. With the movement in the haiku we are taken along by the swirling effect of the train as it rushes past.