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The haiku, with poetry’s most strict and pure rules, is the perfect guarantee that Winter follows Autumn. A razor thin layer of glass clear ice, the last leaf letting go of its branches, a nearly imperceptible pause between seasons. Seventeen flawless syllables fused with a captivating picture that speaks a thousand words.


With seventeen syllables, the Haiku is the perfect form to express anything. It’s strict form frees the mind to meditate on the subject on hand, if only for a tiny bit. This is a collection of thoughts on nature, weather and entertainment and captures the moment in three lines.


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