One day, long ago, this happened and that happened. Every single thing had a distinct meaning. And every thing happened for real. Else, I couldn't have imagined it.
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DEJA-KU is a term coined by Michael Dylan Welch for haiku that bring to mind other poems. Good kinds of deja-ku include sharing the same subject or season word, allusion (or honkadori, as it's called in Japan), parody, and homage. Bad kinds of deja-ku include excess similarity to other poems, cryptomnesia, and plagiarism. Please add to the discussion.
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