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summer haiku
by William Cryer
Thursday, January 03, 2008
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I miss the summer. Often I wonder that heaven must be an eternal summer where we are all children frolicking at the edge of a celestial laguna, splashing the golden waters as they lap eternally to and fro. For several weeks I've been enmired in the application process for a graduate degree and will only occasionaly be able to post some pieces here, now that my account has been reduced.

summer haiku

dandelion hiccups
sending gossamer petals
bouncing on the breeze

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Reviewed by Charlie 1/3/2008
Now those are some dandy lines!-- each one a gossamer little thing... I love the personification of dandelion. It brings the bloom close-up and personal, transforming it from a weed to your next-door neighbor and chum. I like your dandelion.
This reminds me of one of Anessa Blaine's writes-- can't remember the name, but her picture with it looked like arguing ghost-weeds. Take care. --Charlie
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter 1/3/2008
Every precious word is a delicacy when you write.
Love, peace and harmony for the New Year!
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