Here is poem # 13 for the poetry pledge drive. I'd started on another poem that was never going to be done today, so, in desperation, I turned to the haiku again because I knew I could churn one out quickly. I'd like to say I won't make a habit of it, . . .but I've got 18 more posts to go (I'm not even at the halfway mark yet!), so I'm not making any promises.
Life breaks the boundaries. The neighbor's fence slats give way When the sun insists.
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Originally from Boston, I am a freelance writer/editor who now lives in Cleveland. My blog covers a wide gamut of topics but tends toward a liberal, psychological, feminist, atheist, and human rights-inspired interpretation due to my educational and professional background and my own personal leanings. Lately, I've been posting a lot of vegetarian recipes.