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Bound – Haiku

reeds between the twine hayed stacks baled high in a barn bound for Winter’s needs ~ an EWK 5:7:5 Haiku Poe’em   ©2017 EWK (photo taken by me, on a scenic drive in the countryside)

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This Old Place

This old place has become a worn relic Avoiding the urge to redevelop Farms often sold with great haste Seldom is this sort of place Left alone nature’s charm can envelop. ~ an EWK Limerick Poe’em  ©2016 EWK /// Irish Limerick line-style

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Morning Wake-Up Call

Morning wake-up call Rooster rises in silence A cold shower waits. ~ an EWK Haiku Poe’em   ©2016 EWK (inspired by daily desires)

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Mother Earth’s Daily Desire

Daylight comes, revealing the night’s slumber. Musky dew glistens in the valley below us. Eggs with sausage; morning’s daily hunger. Rise up, as your crops await their fertile moment. My strong hands will tend to plow once again. Plunging inside

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End of Summer

Laying on my back-side at the knoll of a grassy hilltop. The sunlight streams at lowly shadowing angles from just above my ever-so-old, slate roofed, clapboard homestead farmhouse that sits along the timber-railed fence. This fence was built by my

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