A Hundred Gourds 2:2 March 2013
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people bowing slightly the rain

space Robert Epstein - U.S.A.
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  not understanding
a single language in the lobby –
rain on a rhubarb leaf

space Sandra Simpson - New Zealand
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she translates
only part of the message

space Julie Warther - U.S.A.
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silver birch
the long walk
to the headmaster's office

spaceTracy Davidson - U.K.
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  high school reunion –
singing the alma mater's
first two lines

spaceRuth Holzer - U.S.A.
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        to shaman
in a single semester

spaceHelen Buckingham - U.K.
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on my walk
a four leaf clover
quickens my steps

spaceJoseph M. Kusmiss - U.S.A.
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  catching my breath
on the riverside trail ...
his bonny bellflowers

spaceTzetzka Ilieva - U.S.A. spacer brush

    her smile
stepping stones
in the stream

spaceGavin Austin - Australia
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magnolia buds
heavy with spring dew
the way her lips part

spaceJohn Hawkhead - U.K.
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to a sudden impulse
butterfly in the wind

spaceCara Holman - U.S.A.
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    back from a walk
the bedroom

spaceSeánan Forbes - U.K.
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ploughing the furrows
another trickle
runs down his brow

spaceSimon Hanson - Australia
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  village life
even today
a noon whistle

spaceCarolyn Coit Dancy - U.S.A.
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    field crows take wing –
an old farmer clapping
dirt off his hands

spaceRosie Roumeliotis - Greece
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