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“Children’s Haiku” by Carl D’Agostino


Haiku: Japanese poetic form using three phrases of 17 syllables of 5, 7 and 5. Added dimension with rhyme. Public domain clip art illustration.

Haiku: Japanese poetic form using three phrases of 17 syllables of 5, 7 and 5. Added dimension with rhyme. Public domain clip art illustration.

“Roman Army Haiku” by Carl D’Agostino


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HAIKU - Japanese poetic form using three phrases of 17 syllables of 5, 7 and 5 per line.

HAIKU – Japanese poetic form using three phrases of 17 syllables of 5, 7 and 5 per line.

“My Butterfly” by Carl D’Agostino


5 piece collage on paper, poem and Japanese "butterfly" and "peace"

5 piece collage on paper, poem and Japanese “butterfly” and “peace”

“Moonstruck” by Carl D’Agostino


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“The Ball in the sky” by Carl D’Agostino


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“Pirates’ Treasure” by Carl D’Agostino


syllabic count: 13 beats per line

Poem: syllabic count: 13 beats per line. Map manufacture: skull and map clipart  pasted on manila folder, place in printer tray. text typed, print. Paper darkened with ash from burned edges for aged effect. Bottom rolled for 3D effect. Scanned and posted. Prep time: 45 minutes. Locating treasure time: still looking.

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