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Migrating with the Geese: Diogen Haiku, 2012
Migrating with the geese, my soul has finally found peace. Doesn’t matter that man has no wings, as long as I hear the nightingale sing.
-- “Know Why The Nightingale Sings, ” Angels Fall First
This document consists of two sections of haiku published in Diogen, a multilingual (mainly Croatian and English) European magazine: the first section includes the featured haiku (8 in total) and horse-themed poems (one haiku and one haibun) and the second section the award-winning haiku (5 in total).
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