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Editing vs. Spontaneity and Haiku

“Writing, then, becomes meditative in the sense that experiences are recalled, and then described, again, without inference or evaluation. Most of today’s haijin speak of a deep experience consisting of recall, reliving, composing, and revisiting and recomposing. ” — Ray Ramussen

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