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Devon

amidst a sultry warmth

three boys answered

the call

of Devonian dawn

and with no words to warn

saw no cause

to fear the sirens luring call.

 

surf gently boiled trims the shore

with silver pearls,

then, with throaty holler

and backs arched

three boys

cast their bodies into the brisk and briney

 

blue who’s welcome embrace extorts

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The ‘Summer Haiku Almanac' workshop & walk

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The ‘Summer Haiku Almanac' workshop & walk

with Alan Summers and Karen Hoy.

http://cypruswell.wordpress.com/2010/03/01/the-dartmoor-summer-haiku-almanac-workshop-and-walk/

Alan Summers: “Haiku are poems rooted in natural history and the seasons; they make us conspirators with wildlife, as nature half-writes the haiku before we’ve even put pen to paper.”

Join The Dartmoor Summer...

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