Hataciku Poem

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ANOTHER LOTTERY WIN

can this win be true

31–33–35–4

26-and-29

.

the moment draws nigh

in a stroke of good luck

from common sense tips

just one more time and then some

winning big cash in a roll

.

seasons of sharing

cannot keep all the money

in this dreamy world

.

INSPIRATION

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A Hataciku poem consists of 65 syllables written without punctuation in 3 stanzas as 11 lines of phrase arranged in the pattern sequence of 5–7–5–5–7–5–7–7–5–7–5 = 65 syllables. Invented by the Author.

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