Crepuscular cat – a very British haiku

Crepuscular Cat

The Oxford English Dictionary defines haiku as, “a Japanese poem of seventeen syllables, in three lines of five, seven and five.”

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About Dr Rupert Harker

I am the author of the Urban-Smith mysteries and Intelligent Design series of books.
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One Response to Crepuscular cat – a very British haiku

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