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Tax Day: Give us your best tax haikus

File: In this April 2010 photo, Felipe Castro holds a sign advertising a tax preparation office for people that still need help completing their taxes before the IRS deadline.
File: In this April 2010 photo, Felipe Castro holds a sign advertising a tax preparation office for people that still need help completing their taxes before the IRS deadline.
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It's April 18, which means the clock is winding down to file your 2016 taxes to Uncle Sam — tonight. Tax Day is full of emotions for last-minute filers: stress, confusion, frustration, relief and maybe even some elation for those who end up with a refund. (For those of you who still haven't gotten around to filing, here are a few eleventh-hour tips from "Take Two.") 

April also happens to be National Poetry Month, giving us all an excuse to express those torrid Tax Day emotions in a literary way. We asked people to send us their best #TaxHaiku on Facebook and Twitter — here's a sampling of the submissions:

https://storify.com/kpcc/your-tax-day-taxhaiku

https://www.facebook.com/kpcc/posts/10154451646778016

Have any more to add? Tag your poem with #TaxHaiku on Facebook or Twitter and share them with us.