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Haiku are an age-old Japanese poetry form organized in lines of 5-7-5 syllables. Stone Deaf Sound Waves is a westerner’s impression of these wonderfully expressed and compact lines. The poems convey visualizations and understandings that touch the spirit of the reader. They are humorous, irreverent and thought-provoking, and include observations on nature, life, love, and the innermost feelings we all have.
To Those Who Don't Get Haiku a haiku to most seemingly abstract when seen one must visualize five seven five syllables a new world within
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