A Hundred Gourds 1:4 September 2012
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fog ...
never coming to
the thick part

Quendryth Young - Australia
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  "do I come here often?"
sunset looms
as we change his clothes

space M. Franklyn Teaford - U.S.A.
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    cow bells
the slow wait
for his homecoming

space Terri L. French - U.S.A.
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the upturned brim
of one acorn cap
unsteady rain

space Bill Cooper - U.S.A.
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  rain-beaten track
I slip from one rut
            to another

space Thomas Powell - N. Ireland
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    will-breaking rain; yet
I can mend your umbrella
with that scarecrow's heart

space 'old pajamas' - U.S.A.
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the boat you dreamed of broken friendship

space Polona Oblak - Slovenia
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  after a quarrel –
our eyes meet
in the keyhole

space Magdalena Banaszkiewicz - Poland
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    whose anger is it
the wind
in the redwoods

space Robert Epstein - U.S.A.
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blustery Paris keeping in step with a friend

space Susan Diridoni - U.S.A.
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  autumn wind
stray leaves
tagging a butterfly

space Rosie Roumeliotis - Greece
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    fitness center
side by side
with nameless friends

space Jim Sullivan - U.S.A.
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wind flips over
leaves on the pool cover -
story time

space Earl Livings - Australia
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  news of her illness –
fountain grass plumes
bend away from the wind

space Carolyn Hall - U.S.A.
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    screaming swallows
am I too preoccupied with
her recovery?

space Johannes S. H. Bjerg - Denmark
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