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    [post_content] => The dead, black traffic
Like slanting points of grey air
Cut down the field’s edge.

Old, like hands, tender
As the old tooth of sorrow.
You noticed again.
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            [wpcf-summary-description] => YPN team: we chose two haikus from James, which follow the 5-7-5 syllable count in a very natural way – neither poem feels dictated by the number of syllables needed. We liked the unusual imagery of the first haiku, where the traffic is both airy, but also capable of cutting through the field. “Old tooth of sorrow” is lovely, as it captures the idea of pain within ourselves which flares up every so often.
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Two haikus

James Martin

The dead, black traffic
Like slanting points of grey air
Cut down the field’s edge.

Old, like hands, tender
As the old tooth of sorrow.
You noticed again.