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Dead Poets Live

The Simplicity Of Observation

The haiku as a helping hand

Image by prettysleepy1 from Pixabay

Flowers and birds thrive
Unaware of a lockdown,
Surprisingly still

Housing charities
Set aside rooms for homeless,
Please self-isolate

Hark to nature’s heart
As she presses us with time,
It’s now or never

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Rilke, Whitman, Angelou, Clifton — inspiration and prompts

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Sylvia Wohlfarth

Sylvia Wohlfarth

An Irish-Nigerian soul living in Ireland after 40 years in Germany. A social anthropologist, English teacher, and more. With stories to share; and an opinion…

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