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Pindaric flights

By Barbara Anna Gaiardoni

PROMPT — Who am I today?

Sometimes, or maybe even most of the time, the teacher speaks to explain. “Vibrations and noise are reduced to a strict minimum by means of precise dynamic balancing of the rotating elements. We are on the cusp of a clean energy future,” he says.

And we are jumping on the cusp of these thoughts all the time like mad.

How important are inspiration and rationality?



blue butterfly –

a feeling of freedom

and harmony

 

Barbara Anna Gaiardoni is an Italian pedagogist, author and poet. She began writing Japanese-style poems in 2019 and since has been published in Asahi Haikuist Network, Haiku Dialogue THF, The Japan Society UK, Drifting Sands Haibun, Cold Moon Journal, Bones Journal, Akita International Haiku Network, The Zen Space, The Wise Owl, Lothlorien Poetry Journal, and sixty other international journals. Her works are been translated on Japanese, Romanian, Arabic, Malayalam, Hindi, and in Spanish languages. Drawing and walking in nature are her passions. Her motto is, "I can, I must, I will do it.” Barbara writes from Verona, Italy.

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