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Evening Haiku

the catch gets harder —
dusk levels distinctions
between grass and frog

(Cross-posted to Summer Haiku 2007)

More Links: Here are Other Evening Haiku, Kigo (season indicators so we can avoid explictly saying the season, showing a part of it), and elsewhere a review of Rattle of Bamboo has some exceptionally fresh, dramatic and tight haiku, including Deborah Kolodji’s

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  1. All the better for the frogs…
    :)



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