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Haiku

The Week: New York City's 'adorable' haiku traffic signs: "By rewriting traditional street-sign warnings in haiku form, New York City is using poetry to urge motorists, cyclists, and pedestrians to think about safety. City Transportation Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan unveiled the new Curbside Haiku campaign on Tuesday, saying the city is "putting poetry into motion with public art to make New York City's streets even safer.""

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