Haiku Trio from a Duo (Crow and Magpie) 1 two kinds thick as thieves weightless on a poplar branch plumes spring from a stem
Haiku Trio from a Duo (Crow and Magpie)

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two kinds thick as thieves
weightless on a poplar branch
plumes spring from a stem 
	  
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vincenthostak
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birds from sifferent groves. two of a find.
vow to haiku: one a day until the shortest day.

Haiku Trio from a Duo (Crow and Magpie) 1 two kinds thick as thieves weightless on a poplar branch plumes spring from a stem

2 stray songs, a pale rest different chants from distant groves one pitch in the breeze

3 crow: “why lodge here, now? light today, clouds tomorrow” magpie: “tag, you’re it”

vow to haiku: until the shortest day (at least)

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two kinds thick as thieves

weightless on a poplar branch

plumes spring from a stem

2

stray songs, a pale rest

different chants from distant groves

one pitch in the breeze

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crow: "why lodge here now?

light today, clouds tomorrow"

magpie: "tag, you're it"

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