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5 Haiku on Silence

By Berniegourley @berniegourley

5 Haiku on Silence
harsh silence,
lost beats steal word's
authenticity

silent snows
seen through crossed muntins,
drifting eerily

fog resting on
Coconut Grove's soil until
chased by dawn's din

ridge rows,
in waning shades of gray
end in white void

creek burbles
hushed to unheard drips
from icicles

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