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House of Haiku

A Psychological Principle

A Tanka

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Carl Jung posited
the Collective Unconscious.
Ancestors’ memoirs –
their past influences us,
without our even knowing.

In response to Brett Christensen’s prompt of 13 August 2020 for “past.”

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Haiku is a form of poetry usually inspired by nature, which embraces simplicity. We invite all poetry lovers to have a go at composing Haiku. Be warned. You could become addicted.

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Linda A Robinson, PhD

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