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Half a loaf haiku
You may capture four seasons
While I have but two
In rainy season
Midnight downpours catch no cat
Out in the open
Jinking, dipping, and spiraling
Sketching a helix
Circling far above
Big winged hawks banking downward
Snapping up dinner
Tags: haiku, nature, poem, poetry, Seasons
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