Maxims in Haiku

We are pleased to announce a new series reflecting the Maxims of the Little Institute. As many know, in 2014, the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston published Maxims in Haiku, by Frances Agnes Blake, CSJ, and Ann Marie Grady, CSJ. As we enter this new year, a page of this book will be published on our website each Monday. You are welcome to print these for your personal reflection. If you there is a reason to use the haiku, the images, or both for a wider audience, please contact the Sisters of St. Joseph Communications Office at communications.office@csjboston.org.

Opening Page

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Introduction


Maxim in Haiku 1-3


Maxim in Haiku 4-6


Maxim in Haiku 7-9


Maxim in Haiku 10 – 12


Maxim in Haiku 13 – 15


Maxim in Haiku 16 – 18


Maxim in Haiku 19 – 21


Maxim in Haiku 22 – 24


Maxim in Haiku 28 – 30


Maxim in Haiku 31 – 33


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Maxim in Haiku 37 – 39


Maxim in Haiku 40 – 42


Maxim in Haiku 43 – 45


Maxim in Haiku 46 – 48


Maxim in Haiku 49 – 51


Maxim in Haiku 52 – 54


Maxim in Haiku 55 – 57


Maxim in Haiku 58 – 60


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Maxim in Haiku 62 – 64


Maxim in Haiku 65 – 67


Maxim in Haiku 68 – 70


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Maxim in Haiku 77 – 79


Maxim in Haiku 80 – 82


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