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June 11, 2013 at 9:00 AM

Haiku for a Hawaiian rooster

A rooster struts on Maui. It's not really the state bird of Hawaii, it just seems that way. Click on comments and submit your own haiku. (photo by a sleep-deprived Brian J. Cantwell/The Seattle Times)

(photo from Maui by a sleep-deprived Brian J. Cantwell/The Seattle Times)

Hawaiian rooster

crowing lustily at dawn.

Paradise; no sleep.

(Roosters aren’t really the state bird of Hawaii, it just seems that way. Click on comments and submit your own Hawaii haiku.)

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