A Hundred Gourds 3:4 September 2014

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nearly lost
in larksong
morning star

space Richard Tindall - UK
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  just another ladder to climb lark song

space Johannes S. H. Bjerg - Denmark
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    silage fields
an uplifting
of skylarks

space Máire Morrissey-Cummins - Ireland
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galahs breaking dawn over the lake

space Lyn Williams - Australia
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  east wind rising the curlew and its cry

space Claire Everett - UK
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    stiffness in my bones
the bird song I don't know
comes closer

space Carolyn Hall - USA
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across the stream
another’s song

space Rose van Son - Australia
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  refusing to be less swallow song

space Autumn Noelle Hall - USA
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    returning swallows
the dead tree
suddenly alive

space Carl Seguiban - Canada
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separating light from shadow

space Thomas Powell - N. Ireland
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  spring gusts
a robin crosses the yard
in fits and starts

space Brad Bennett - USA
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    open windows
birdsongs fly
through every room

space Katrina Shepherd - Scotland
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spring breeze
the drift of birdsong
towards evening

space Bob Lucky - Ethiopia
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  pink moon
a loon’s call
fades into it

space Angela Terry - USA
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    spring morning sun –
even the gravestones
look hopeful

space Joseph M. Kusmiss - USA
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