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Poem: Haiku



Fog creeps over trees

Boughs tinseled with ice yet still

Wearing yellow buds

Has winter arrived

Or is spring lingering long

After its promise

Must I wear mittens

Or shed scarf and overcoat

To dance in the sun

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