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Waterways

burning off
winter fog leaves behind
an ocean
asb
remains of a town
under the reservoir
js
opening day
the hole
in my waders
asb
arraigned
on a charge of
drunken boating
js
ripples on the pond
where I skated as a boy
asb
approximately
half of the polliwogs
have a pair of legs
js

A rengay composed by Alan S. Bridges (USA) and John Stevenson (USA)

Alan first met poet John Stevenson on the Lake Shore Limited to Chicago. Over breakfast, Alan learned what a haiku really is, and hasn't put down his pencil since. With John's encouragement, Alan has been published in numerous journals and was selected by Red Moon Press to appear in A New Resonance 7, Emerging Voices in English-Language Haiku. Recently Alan and John rode the train together again between Chicago and Albany, where the two composed their first rengay. This is their second collaborative effort.


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