A Hundred Gourds 2:2 March 2013
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sex behind bars
spring has come
to the zebra

space LeRoy Gorman - Canada
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  solitary confinement –
searching for faces
in mildew stains

space Terri L. French - U.S.A.
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    constant e
the mason bee
sweeps the cell

space Patrick Sweeney - Japan
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bad connection –
                                  the bee’s buzz
from deep within the flower

spaceSeren Fargo - U.S.A.
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  cloudy afternoon
my sweet pea flowers
becoming peas

spaceMaeve O'Sullivan - Ireland
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    married 43 years
we tug sprouted acorns
from the flower bed

spaceCarolyn Hall - U.S.A.
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concrete poem moss in the old initials

spaceGarry Eaton - Canada
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the heart shape's visible ...
but shadows shift

spaceCaroleAnn Lovin - U.S.A. spacer brush

    she denies her age …
the whispering rain
of maple wings

spaceFerris Gilli - U.S.A.
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tap, tap, tap –
the old fossil hunter flips
through Genesis

spaceJerry Foshee - U.S.A.
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  pixilated candids
text a quickening

spaceSusan Diridoni - U.S.A.
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    old kilim
a spider weaves a network
from the beginning

spaceUrszula Wielanowska - Poland
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sorting old books
speed of the white-tailed

spaceCynthia Rowe - Australia
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  constant drizzle
watching the weeds
overtake the garden

spaceBeverly Acuff Momoi - U.S.A.
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    head cold
she asks why everything
is post-something

spaceBill Cooper - U.S.A.
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