Chalkboard of haiku, number 45.

Chalkboard of Haiku

Originally in black and white, the illustration on the chalkboard comes from the book
of Tom Layden : Blood, Sweat and Chalk. The Ultimate Football Playbook :
How The Great Coaches Built Today’s Games.
Chapter 9, Lombardi’s Power Sweep.
Sports Illustrated. Copyright © 2010 Time Home Entertainment Inc.

49-Sweep-Right

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About Jodoin Richard

This is my beautiful football helmet. It is written in Japanese: Haijin. This means in English: haiku poet or haikuist. So, enjoy one of the most ancient form of Japanese poetry, and also discover the North American football from a different angle.
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