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A Hundred Gourds 3:4 September 2014

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one white tulip
in a blaze of color –
though alone
its stem
never wavers

space Karen O'Leary - USA
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  the exile
in her prison cell
scratching poems
on a bar of soap …
bubbles rise to the moon

space Jenny Ward Angyal - USA
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    as if to remind me
that the world can still
surprise me
my poems came back
as a song

space Alison Williams - UK
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no difference now
than when I was twenty –
put on the coffee,
sit by a quiet window
and write things down

space Roger Jones - USA
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  eleven years
he never did understand
haiku
I still don't write about him
even when it rains

space Els van Leeuwen - Australia
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    my bed
crowded with ghosts
one tanka
after another
making love in it

space Chen-ou Liu - Canada
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