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Messages - David Caruso


When you read a haiku that really stands out to you, copy it down to examine and think about.  What makes it great?  The more haiku you read, the better you'll write.  Like a lot of other things, experience is an important part of poetry and experience comes from reading and writing (and discussing).

David Caruso
I keep my eyes and ears open like a retired detective who still looks for clues to the one unsolved case that haunts him.  Sometimes they way a person walks down the street inspires me.  Sometimes it's the sudden call of a bird.  An overheard conversation.  I'm inspired by reading as well.  I often come across a word that begs to be used. 

David Caruso 
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