A Hundred Gourds 5:2 March 2016

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in the dark of night
there is no-one
to share my dreams ā€“
suddenly a flash
of inspiration

space Patricia Prime - New Zealand
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  the rope
suddenly goes slack
I thought Iā€™d never
learn to unleash you
from my dreams

space Christine L. Villa - USA
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    the old farm melts
under a wide summer sky ā€¦
in dreams
I chase fireflies and frogs
with the child I left behind

space Rebecca Drouilhet - USA
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my daughter
in the heart of Sydney
over the phone
the bellow of cows
back here at home

space Simon Hanson - Australia
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  my father, the diviner ā€“
strange title
I always thought
for a man who preferred
rum over water

space Wendy Bourke - Canada
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    a child again
spreading her wings
my mother
learns to make
snow angels

space Beverly Acuff Momoi - USA
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