Sure, it's not necessarily easy: you could spend a lifetime mastering this subtle and sophisticated art form.But it is simple, both in intent and execution, and perhaps a non-threatening choice for a beginning poet."I like the distillation of it," says Lyn Reeves, who has been writing haiku since 1993, "[I like] how it can say so much in so few words, and how what it says has a resonance that goes straight to the heart."
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