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Western Haiku
by Frank Sheehan
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  Overcast summer day
          heat scorching earth
no relief in sight

Son's High School
          brings memories
days gone by

Joys of youth
          flicker transparently
happy times

At beach
          waves breaking
grandiose actuality

Old Glory
          flutters in breeze
bastion of freedom

Reading Kerouac
          What a gift!
taken too young

Clouds abound
          showers, sprinkles
immersed in thought

Changing, ageing
          something all
must endure ---- life

14, 15, 16 17----
          years of enlightenment
dreams galore

Not a cloud
          in stratosphere today
Behind Blue Eyes.
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