Desert haiku, a poem
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A long time ago I thought I would become a chemist! I have been in the world of science throughout my years. I think writing and particularly haiku and its forms are like chemistry. They are a distillate of a larger mass and require some technique and work to arrive there. I am a chemist/poet. View all posts by evakanoes
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I love it–where did you take the photo? H Harriet Davies firstname.lastname@example.org 302-422-7194
I did not take this photo – one I chose to illustrate and inspire the haiku. It is a butte called Hat Mountain in the Barry M Goldwater range and taken in January 2005, a good year for the bloom.