HAIKU – 12012013
under a low bridge –
huddled in freezing rain
pregnant teenage girl
© Ronald W. Evans 2013-2014
Assistant Professor of English at Boston College
because while some truths lend themselves to equations, others are best described in verse
poetry - flash fiction - short form writing - images by Gene G. McLaughlin and homepage for the the novel Bone Hill - A Novel of West Scranton by Gene S. McLaughlin
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two writers talking/about their lives through haiku/oh so addictive
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