A Hundred Gourds 2:2 March 2013
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cider and spice –
we study faces
for pumpkins

spaceSeánan Forbes - U.K.
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  frost on the pumpkin the child who might have been

spaceMargaret Dornaus - U.S.A.
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the devil
I know

space Alan S. Bridges - U.S.A.
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autumn chill –
the laughter
at her funeral

spaceStella Pierides - Germany
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  visiting the living
on all souls' day
aspens in the snow

spacePolona Oblak - Slovenia
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    gray wool
the day
without a mouth

spaceBarrow Wheary - U.S.A.
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elevated city
thick fog carries
the morning traffic

spaceRamesh Anand - India
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  absorbed in the fog
     three tours of the roundabout
     counting syllables

spaceDavid Davies - U.K.spacer brush

    fog ...
a palomino

spaceVuong Pham - Australia
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dense fog
for a moment forgetting
about the pain

spaceUrszula Wielanowska - Poland
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  our shadows
stretched beyond the river …
deep autumn

space Mark E. Brager - U.S.A.
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    northwest wind –
the jack pines
assume its shape

space Ruth Holzer - U.S.A.
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nearing the end his bones take over

spaceAlan S. Bridges - U.S.A.
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  cold stars
a box
for the old cat's bones

spaceBarrow Wheary - U.S.A.
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    late autumn
the light doesn’t fit
into the suitcase

spaceBob Lucky - Ethiopia
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