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Morning Shift

A Haiku

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Burnt honey lingers,

Sun rays peek over the fence,

Morning shift awaits.

Since my brother started working in honey production, we have had an excess of honey, and so, it has become my ritual to have a honey tea (a heaped teaspoon of honey with boiling water) before my morning shift.

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Ramblings Anon

Ramblings Anon

Registered Nurse in SCBU | NZ/Māori | Writer of raps, poems, and other rambles | Lover of music, nature, animals, food, and chess ❤

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