A haiku is a poem with five syllables in the
in the first line, seven in the second, and five in the last line.
This poem was a runner up in a contest. The contest, other than the poem being a haiku,
required that the haiku had to be about writing.
David E. Booker struggles to learn about web site building, writing, and fatherhood. He lives in a 100-year-old house where pieces of congealed coal dust can be heard caroming through the whole-house vacuum hose as they are sucked up from between the slats in the heart pine floor.
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