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Juggling the Line at Haiku Canada

Some brave volunteers demonstrated juggling.
juggling 2 lines

Juggling is a metaphor for haiku; you try to balance something close to you and something high up. One line of haiku is cast high, the second low and the third is the hard one to involve and keep everything moving in the air in an interesting way without something going sideways.
juggling 3 lines

I have put up 45 photos from the Haiku Canada Conference Weekend. More to come here and there.

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