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  • Writer's pictureJafei Pollitt

Day #45: Israeli Haiku

This form is an Israeli version of a haiku and called a kimo. It was altered to take on the Hebrew language. The syllable count is 10,7,6!

Never a Moment of Calm

Nerves buzz as static against my heads rim

Rampant beats of a thick heart

Chaos sings in its screams

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