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A Hundred Gourds 2:2 March 2013
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Driftwood

roses
spill over the trellis
cloudless sky

Cara

all of summer captured
in the juice of a peach

Angie

dripping
boys line the pool’s edge
…CANNONBALL!

Julie

a seagull feather
in the sandcastle turret

Cara

driftwood on the beach
we still believe
in fairy tales

Angie

time stretches -
the sway of the hammock

Julie

Morning Solitude

morning solitude
a lone deer walks
alongside the road

Cara


tumbleweed floats
downstream with the light

Angie

liquid air
a hummingbird makes its rounds
at the trumpet vine

Julie

maple leaf patterns
dance across my page

Cara

packing up
Mother’s closet
the scent of lavender

Angie

a cicada climbs
out of its shell

Julie


Written by Cara Holman, Oregon, USA, Angela Terry, Washington, USA and Julie Warther, Ohio, USA

Composed via email, August 8 – September 20, 2012.


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