EN340 / IN350 Global Haiku Tradition
Dr. Randy Brooks
Millikin University PACE November 2004
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Jen West

Mpw that I have taken a haiku class, I have learned to look at simple words differently. To read haiku and think of different interpretations is fun. Thank you Dr. Brooks for making us use our senses and for facilitating our learning experience.


thunder clap
frayed shoestring

an apple in the evening
doctor's words
crisp and juicy

sleeping family
still house
moving mind



another thirty days
chocolate, her savior



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