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POEM: Winter Haiku





barren branches
rake the sky above
tines chaotic



crow turns head
aiming its lustrous eye
pausing mid-meal



snowy silence
ends in flapping wings
then returns



cornstalk stubble
dusted in dry snow
desiccated



breath tendrils
roil into limbo
forgotten


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