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Structure of haiku with the freedom of the blues

Poets offer new take on Japanese form

By Denise Taylor Denise Taylor
December 15, 2005

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They wear leather jackets. They frequent cafes. They ponder the blues, and Kerouac, and life's little moments like when a country tune floats through a screened porch door. And then they break the rules. Renegades have invaded the peaceful world of haiku poetry, and the unrest arose right here in the western suburbs. (Full article: 1385 words)

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