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Lots of fun here! thanks.
Oh, this is very good, thrilling at times, made me
want to get up and dance around, mind art with
Sorry, I posted 2 non-haiku lines in your haiku section. No excuse except for lateness of hour. forgive? like the space. what you are doing here is necessary.
troy david fuchs, hinckley, il; none-14605 us hwy 30
great concept, good fun, check out my interactive haiku at http://student.uq.edu.au/~s271502/j19.7.html
komninos konstantinos zervos, brisbane, australia; firstname.lastname@example.org
Great idea. One suggestion though. It would be
really nice if there was a "next poem" button to
let you browse from one poem to the next in a list.
I think this page is a great idea! It helps
sharpen my skills for writing my own poetry.
And it's fun.
Thrasher, Missouri USA;
Tess, Helen, Two Face, Hedda, the ineffable Sylver, et al
we need you in eagle/eagle book.it will be fun.
thom, PA; email@example.com
thanks for the web site. found it on a beautiful spring morning. perfect.
ek meaney, nj;
Where are you opto?
where are you bakai?
stumbled upon your pages and have found a new home. wonderful to see so much talent here to spur one on to bigger and greater things in the future I hope
moon4rent, ; firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you. I've been searching everywhere for a place like this...good folks, wonderful verse
hi can u help me out with my haiku poem
the barking dog's.
playing with each other.
what can u suggest
nautilus middle school student, miami,fla; email@example.com
Ann, been frequenting these pages for nearly a year now and have been meaning to comment for ages..(sorry).. what a wonderful place you have created. Such caring people with such creativity.. thank you for taking time to develop these pages... one thing, can any of the poems be deleted from the author's archives? ......alice
thanks for creating such a cool web site...david
david, chicago, il; firstname.lastname@example.org
Does anyone know what happens to punctuation, like colons, when you type them at the end of a line? They seem to disappear from the completed poem.
I have enjoyed this very much... Haiku has become my new passion... so simple yet so powerful... Keep up the good work
thanks for this great web site. i really enjoy contributing. i posted a haiku 2 days ago and for some reason it was moved to the completed area. is there a way to return it to the current works in progress? it is number 4121 in haiku room 1. thanks for everything...david
david fink, chicago, il; email@example.com
Dear Ann: I haven't been here for a while but my comp developed a virus. Now I don't have any of the poems left. GrandmaBea
GrandmaBea, Dunkirk, NY --USA; ___ThisThing63@yahoo.com
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