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Haiku by Sarah Sloat

windless day --  
the rain falls  
straight down bare lightbulb at dusk
  resistance is futile,
  you stupid moths
face down  
in the pond ---  
the trees scorching weather
  the winos on the corner
  switch to white
heavenly merlot --  
good place for fruit flies  
to come to die  

Sarah Sloat was born in the 60's in central New Jersey, where she attended college and graduate school.

She has traveled widely and lived in China, Kansas, Italy and California.

She now lives with her husband and children in Frankfurt, Germany, where she works for a news agency.

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