Andawn F.

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Born in the morning,

the gentle breeze of Spring, foredawn —

so I got my name.

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Time flies and life too —

after I turned forty — time

flies faster, life too.

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I love animals,

plants, sunshine, books and pen,

my wife, what have you.

*These are the 164th —…

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One of the soft nights,

when air weighs almost nothing,

a flower nods off.

*This is the 414th Haiku I’ve been learning to write. Thank you for reading.

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June 25, 1867 USA

Lucien B. Smith of Kent, Ohio, patented barbed wire (or barb wire). Barbed wire is a fencing wire with sharp edges that form an artificial “thorn hedge” at intervals along the fence line.

The new device worked to restrain cattle and human trespassers and is widely used in the security…

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As blithe as a fish,

I whiled away half day —

bubbling nothing.

*This is the 413th Haiku I’ve been learning to write. Thank you for reading.

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Andawn F.

Andawn F.

An avid reader, passionate writer, world traveler, Kung Fu learner, and Koala lover. Join me on Medium: https://andawnfrost.medium.com/membership