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Day 7 Haiku

Day seven was a break day, a little fishing on the lake thinking about nature and getting a first hand experience of the land, water, and stormy weather, what ever the eyes could see and translate to the brain for poetry. Also going back over the first 6 days to see the growth and word usage that could be changed or made better.

Looking for words that mean the same but maybe one less syllable for more word usage to paint a better picture.

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