Haiku Punmanship: Book Five
HAIKU PUNmanship continues in the tradition of my four recent other haiku/pun books. A pun word or expression is embedded in each haiku, that 3-lined Japanese unrhymed verse that has survived since antiquity. These haikus/puins reflect a whole gamut of life experiences and sentiments, touching upon, love, occupations, crime, sex, nature and God knows what ad nauseam. So go ahead, smile, giggle, groan, wince or laugh out loud.
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