Things Lost — Things Discovered

Morrey Grymes
Evelyn Ann Romano
Peter Terzian

Our theme for this year’s celebration of poetry is haiku, a poetic form that originated in Japan and usually appears in English as three lines, each with a distinct syllable count: five, seven and five. Rhyme and meter are irrelevant.  And the syllable count is a guideline, not a rule.  A good haiku vividly captures a moment, and not all moments fit into a tidy seventeen syllables.

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