A Hundred Gourds 5:3 June 2016

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thirteen moons
all in a year's time
I wonder
which one did the cow jump over
and leave a milky way

space Bernard Gieske - USA
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  I have no need
to go seeking gods
they may be there, somewhere
but here, now, the darkling beetle
is crossing the path

space Joy McCall - UK
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    historic graveyard
stones broken, overturned
a wild turkey nesting in a pit …
days later, downy poults
rise from old bones

space Elizabeth Howard - USA
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pillars of wind
reach the night sky ...
the half-tucked moon
sheds what light it can

space Kala Ramesh - India
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  through goblin hours
our casement frames the moon
in eldritch light
I listen to your breath
as you lie dreaming

space Kent Robinson - Australia
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in this enchanted tower
to the magic spells
I play upon my flute

space Jenny Ward Angyal - USA
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