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Volume 38.3 Autumn 2007

 

sample haiku & senryu

 

late summer wake
     remembering when
we weren’t the old aunts


Francine Banwarth

 

spring rain
a missing child poster
peels from the light pole


Anne LB Davidson

 

casualty lists—
smaller and smaller
print


Kristen Deming

 

fallen robin’s egg—
the sky
the same blue


Stanford M. Forrester

 

another dawn . . .
waiting for enough light
to peel my pear


Caroline Gourlay

 

spinal center—
the graceful curves
of the tropical fish


Ruth Holzer

 

Easter sleet storm
the parking lot full
at the nursing home


Marsh Muirhead

 

introducing myself
to the neighbors
hurricane season


Jamey Stevenson

 

old plum trees:
how quickly the one dies
after the other


Tom Tico

 

the street-corner preacher
points the way
with his Bible


Michael Dylan Welch

 

 

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