1,001 Haiku Postcards

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haiku 20131101

20131101Ppipa skeletons
swaying from the phone lines —
still some ribbon left

 

(“Pipas” are simple paper, string, and wood-framed kites that kids in Brazil construct and then do battle with in mid-air, trying to capture each others’ kites. The telephone wires are populated with casualties that failed to fall all the way to the ground.)

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This entry was posted on November 1, 2013 by in haiku, kites, micropoetry, pipas, poetry, senryu and tagged , , , , .
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