NORMALLY I wouldn't deviate from a weekly post, but Monday's New York Times has a story that somewhat relates to my earlier essay on haiku (see Haiku Afternoon under February). The story appears on the bottom of of the Arts section and focuses on objections to the blue horse statue at Denver International Airport. Even though the creator (now deceased) was from New Mexico, the story wouldn't merit a post here--except the people who are protesting are putting their comments on a website in haiku. See And Behold a Big Blue Horse? Many in Denver Just Say Neigh
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