A Hundred Gourds 1:4 September 2012
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one grain falls
from the ear of wheat –
a bird in the sky

- in memoriam Hortensia Anderson

space‘Omilla’ - Bulgaria
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  vesper bells ringing –
the raw awns
of rye

spaceHelga Stania - Switzerland
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    gathering storm
a trickle of sweat
down the reaper’s spine

spaceErnest Wit - Poland
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rainbow    the reaper's steady eye

spaceHelga Stania - Switzerland
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  hot autumn night
a possum swinging
in the almond tree

spaceCynthia Rowe - Australia

    autumn in Kansas
only chaff and cicadas
rise with the wind

spaceFrancis Masat - U.S.A.
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even one’s rivals
prove short-lived …
autumn’s cicada

spaceJeffrey Woodward - U.S.A.
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  reminding me
this too shall pass
morning glories

spaceMarian Olson - U.S.A.
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    autumn dawn
as he gargles
the song of a magpie

spaceAndré Surridge - New Zealand
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threatening skies
in the field I pass
a clay pigeon

spaceStanley Siceloff - U.S.A.
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  gunpowder the universe mostly dark matter

spaceAubrie Cox - U.S.A .
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    along the short cut
cars slow to catch
a glimpse of deer

spaceRobert Epstein - U.S.A.
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school shooting
the principal remembers
how to pray

spaceSeánan Forbes - U.K.
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the poison that drips
from your tongue

spaceTracy Davidson - U.K.
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    opening the window
to a moth and what's left
of the moon

spaceSanjukta Asopa - India
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