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This is a puzzle cache. It is not at the listed location. Find the true location from the information below.
Haiku is an ancient Japanese poetic form. It consists of seventeen syllables split into phrases of 5-7-5 syllables. Traditionally there would be a word from nature indicating a season (although that is followed less in modern haiku). The final phrase is often a contrast with the first two.
In Japanese, haiku are traditionally printed in a single vertical line while haiku in English often appear in three lines to parallel the three phrases.
Hint: Successful puzzle solvers of this cache will not change the formatting of the haiku.
The First To Find this cache was TeamIntrigue and tfluff6.
Please consider adding a haiku to your log (or updating your log with a haiku later as you think of one). Thanks. Here is a whimsical one for inspiration:
Roses are deep red.
Violets are purple blue.
Flowers say, “Love hue.”
Jung vf abg fubja?
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