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  157.     

Travel Haiku - Vancouver Music Festivals

jazz, folks, blues, latin...
hotter than summer
Vancouver's music festivals

trailing our summer heart
jazz, folks, blues, , , ,
Vancouver's music festivals

heating up the summer air
world music, jazz, folks, blues
Vancouver's music festivals

Vancouver's mild weather and numerous concert venues provide the perfect setting for a summer filled with music. This month, the city presents the Vancouver International Jazz Festival, with jazz, blues, Latin, electronica, world music, and more. In July, the Vancouver Folk Festival will explore folk and roots music on eight outdoor stages, and in August, Festival Vancouver presents internationally acclaimed performers, including Canadian opera star Measha Brueggergosman and the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra.
 
john tiong chunghoo

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The Last Rose Of Summer

The last rose of summer lingers of a soft fragrance
as the days of summer fade into days only remembered
over the fires embers that stir yesterdays moment.

The last rose of summer whose beauty brought love and caring
in the cool evening breeze to a heart
touched briefly by its petals of soft color.

The last rose of summer that but briefly spoke of tenderness
to a heart in the stillness of the night
to be remembered in the quiet fragrance of a rose.

The last rose of summer whose petals are pressed to a book
hiding it's treasure of yesterdays love
remembering days held in time not to be forgotten.
 
Elaine E. Brebner

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Travel Haiku - Memphis' Barbecue (Tennessee)

a tan and barbecued
pork sandwich to remember
our Memphis holiday

Memphis summer holiday
barbecued and sandwiched
within our memory

Memphis summer outing
a bagful of barbecued
pull pork sandwiches

The last days of summer are slipping by, but in Memphis, Tennessee, you can dig into a heaping plate of barbeque year-round to relive those summer cookouts. Though they take their ribs seriously here, the city's claim to fame is its pulled pork sandwich: slow-roasted, hickory flavored pork shoulder shredded or chopped, piled onto a bun and topped with tangy slaw and a side of rich, sweet beans. The best places to get this southern special? Neely's Bar-B-Que in the Historic District or Payne's Original Bar-B-Que with their famous homemade sauce.
 
john tiong chunghoo

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Autumn (Tree)

The last leaf of summer falls
A tear of summer past.
Winter is coming, darkness calls.
Getting earlier, night arrives fast.

Insects no longer fly,
As frost starts to lie.
Coating the ground in blankets of white,
All bare the tree stands still in fright.

Through empty branches, the wind blasts,
The wood remembers summer last.
When all was green and not yellow,
When summer’s breeze kiss was mellow.

Only a few months, the tree must hold
For spring will make it bold.
With new leaves growing, new to old,
Summer arrives, arms to unfold.
 
Ben Littlechild

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