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November 7, 2005

once-familiar routes

Filed under: pre-06-2006 — David Giacalone @ 9:59 am

While I’m traveling to my former “hometown” of Washington, D.C. (for

a little competition advocacy and a lot of visiting with old friends),

check out more Bainbridge on the obligations of Catholic judges,

and enjoy the haiku of Andrew Riutta:




apple wine

his story better

the second time






midday heat

the carpenter’s tool belt

full of plums





half moon





distant foghorn—
a perfect stone
skips forever 










half moon—
between two crickets
a year has passed
“distant foghorn” –



“midday heat” & “apple wine” – Roadrunner Haiku Journal V: 4 (Nov. 2005)

“distant foghorn” – Haiku Harvest (Vol. 5:1, Fall/Winter 2005)

half moon” – Simply Haiku (Summer 2005, vol. 3:2)



a once-familiar route —

they’ve never seen my baldspot 

                  [Nov. 7, 2005]  


                                                                            gas pump g



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