Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Haiku 3317 lion-like march's roar shakes february's strange calm where will the lamb lie 1 year 10 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Haiku 22517 leaves of nothingness hang heavy on bare branches faking foliage 1 year 11 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Wriku 53 the winter birds perch on the pole lines like letters what words do they make 1 year 11 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Wriku 52 the ice-hammered earth a dulcimer of danger will words give cover 1 year 12 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Wriku 50 falling snow creates a pristine page for the words the soul's shovel shapes 2 years 2 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Wriku 48 ink a sun ray day with lines like glistening paths paved with words of gold 2 years 3 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Wriku 47 the reign of rain rules over its soggy subjects whetting my dull words 2 years 3 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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