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Diana’s Story: Haiku Friday, 12 February 2010

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Diana carries two haiku poems by Alan Spence.  She writes:

“They are small enough to fit into my wallet, but big enough to fill my heart.”

One of the haiku selections:

damp leaves drift to earth

the sun hangs tangled

in the branches of a tree

Alan Spence is a poet, professor of creative writing at Aberdeen University, and director of the WORD festival.  Find out more about Alan on his website.

Diana Wild is the school librarian at Queensferry High School.

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1. Sarah - Monday, 22 February 2010

A little window in your pocket.


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