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a hundred gourds –
I wonder
which one will sing?


space Sunil Uniyal - India *
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the trill
of insects . . . a sound
for every star


space Peter Newton – USA
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the null infinity
of the scintillating stars
my bone spurs are back


space Patrick Sweeney - Japan
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counting the stars
the child's voice wearies
soon enough


space Glen Fletcher - Australia
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a falling star
caught
on my camera phone


space Tracy Davidson - UK
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a tiny grebe dives
all the stars vanish
from black water


space Ron Moss - Australia
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extra long dancer . . .
a snake gourd ropes in
the harvest moon


space Kala Ramesh - India
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harvest moon
spaceeven my shadow
spacehas a shadow


space Ayaz Daryl Nielsen - USA
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dancing leaf shadows
shimmering the forest floor
I see the wind


space Autumn N. Hall - USA
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fullness of autumn –
the beekeeper's husband
scoops out the hive


space Ruth Holzer - USA
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endless sky
the wingspan of a
blue heron


space G.R. LeBlanc – Canada
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carillon chimes
the lake's stillness measured
in quarter hours


space Jan Dobb – Australia
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deer at dusk
far away thoughts
a little closer


space Michele L. Harvey - USA
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fall camp sale
the frayed cowhide jacket
that feels like dad


space Ignatius Fay - Canada
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boats in dry dock
the worn away
part of the moon


space Michele L. Harvey - USA
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* “Gourds are not only cooked and eaten as a vegetable, but are also used to make musical instruments, like sitar or tambura, in India.” -  Sunil Uniyal


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