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Daniel F. Cracchiolo Celebrates National Poetry Month

by Hannah Plotkin on 2022-05-09T08:54:41-07:00 | Comments

April was National Poetry Month! Though poetry takes innumerable forms, the team here at the Cracchiolo Law Library celebrated the aesthetic form of literature by writing and sharing haikus. A haiku is a short-form style of poetry originally from Japan, traditionally consisting of 17 syllables in a 5-7-5 pattern. Share your haikus in our comments section.


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