Hello, and happy Tuesday, and a special hello to all of the members of the Brain Injury Support Group of Duluth. I am giving you “special hello” because it is MEETING DAY! I just wrote a “haiku.” When I took a creative writing class at Lake Superior College in Duluth, Minnesota, we all wrote some haikus. It is Japanese poety and follows certain rules. For example, the number of sylables is 5-7-5. You can find out a lot more about this form by looking on-line, and I will try to show you a sample. The practice of writing these poems requires thought, time, and patients. You have to analyze and examine the words and the form. Once you get the hang of it, you can add your own flair and colorful style. You can send some of your work to me, if you’d like! That would be great! God bless you and take care!

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