PACE Global Haiku • PACE July 2013
Dr. Randy Brooks

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The approach I have toward writing Haiku is from my Life. I believe that most people connect on that level. As in when someone talks about eggs and bacon being cooked in the morning or the low mournful tone of a sax. We all are connected through the thought, feelings, smell, tastes, and moments we all have the fortunate or unfortunate opportunity to sample life in this fashion.

june bride
walking to me


bird haiku

low mournful tone
eyes clenched
sax tells the story


baby cries in the night
he whispers
my turn

another cake
another candle
another ache


daughter's first date
hug for her
stare for him


hum of
the road



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