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Stuff My Life Coach Said, Told in Haiku Form

I was reviewing notes I’ve taken over the past few months of working with a life coach. It struck me some of the things I’ve jotted down could be put into haiku form. Granted, these aren’t really haikus; there’s mostly no mention of nature in them. But they do have three lines consisting of five syllables, then seven syllables, and ending in five syllables. I hope you find a verse that resonates with you.




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