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Haiku in the new year

Don Wentworth is the editor of Lilliput Review and author of Issa’s Untidy Hut. Responding to my question  “What are your hopes for American haiku over the next year?” Don offered this:


chatting on the porch,
two sparrows flitting
in autumn mist


He added,  “I do hope, and wish, for clear moments of insight & revelation for each and every individual who writes a haiku (and reads one) in America over the next year.”

Seems like a good way to end this series of blog posts on hopes for haiku in the new year.

Happy New Year, everyone!


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  1. the gift unwrapped
    in an untidy hut
    Happy New Year
    ~~~ and many thanks for all the wonders Don hides in those gifts!

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