American Haiku
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American Haiku

June 21, 2021

An American Haiku

Photo by Eugenio Mazzone on Unsplash

Father’s Day —
my daughter reaches
for another book

Yesterday, I took my thirteen-year-old to our indie bookstore in town, it had been nearly two years since I had been in the store, and even longer since she had visited. We were there to pick up one(1) book, we left with nine.

Walking the line between tradition and breaking tradition. Exploring big ideas with small words.

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K.S.

K.S.

notjustmom on Ao3, Warren Dem, Fortysomething Writer, raising kids in NY. Mom/They, Bi.

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