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Distressed HaikuJanuary 13th, 2007 by Amanda
You think that their
dying is the worst
thing that could happen.
Then they stay dead.
â€””Distressed Haiku,” written by Donald Hall shortly after the death of his wife, poet Jane Kenyon.
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