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My Dad (Haiku)



A Sunday morning
he's gone
working to keep us alive
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Submitted on May 01, 2011

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I'm young but getting older. As I grow I learn more and more about this world and its branch, life. People, places, things, Ive met and seen. All come together for me to compose poetry. My thoughts and feelings also play a part in my writing but the influences are myriad. more…

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