A Hundred Gourds 1:4 September 2012
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what I perceive
as silence –
cicada undertones

space Nathalie Buckland - Australia
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  a cicada
emerges, the memory
of rain in rock

spaceMark Harris - U.S.A.
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    hot and humid
another day
dripping summer

spaceAdelaide B. Shaw - U.S.A.
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dark clouds
the rumble of garage doors
going down

spaceBob Lucky - Ethiopia
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  blue drowns the bridge lightning makes of us

spaceMark Harris - U.S.A.

the doll’s eyes open

spaceMark E. Brager - U.S.A.
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sudden downpour
each passerby wears
the same frown

spaceRachel Sutcliffe - U.K.
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  summer solstice
rain drops dilute
my father's grappa

spaceTzetzka Ilieva - U.S.A.
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    summer ginko
writing in tune
with the rain

spaceQuendryth Young - Australia
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we snuggle close
the river dimpling
in morning rain

spaceGavin Austin - Australia
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  river tubing
we drift in and out
of reality

spaceG.R. LeBlanc - Canada
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    to let go
where the falls
drum stone

spaceMark Harris - U.S.A.
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as I dodge the sprinkler –
summer rainbow

spaceVuong Pham - Australia
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  double rainbow
he watches
my index finger

spaceMagdalena Banaszkiewicz - Poland
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    starless summer night
a little light shines
in the back of the police car

spaceDawn Apanius - U.S.A.
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