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Volume 45.1
Winter-Spring
2014

 

sample haiku & senryu

 

 

rookie card
nobody wants
hitting every spoke

Robert Witmer

 

end of the day
one by one we gather
by the unlit beach fire

Michael Dylan Welch

 

vacation cabin
we refill
the emptiness


Barbara Snow

 

waterfall's late summer trickle running low on small talk
 

 Jeffrey Stillman

 

cut flowers
she wants to alter
the arrangement

Tom Painting

 

koi pond
removing the weight
of my backpack

Ben Moeller-Gaa

 

intermittent rain
the doctor restarts
our baby's heart

John McManus

 

nuclear family fallout
 

 kjmunro

low tide . . .
the wedding ring slips
from her finger

William Scott Galasso

 

irises
resisting the impulse
to straighten the rug

Ignatius Fay

 

how
it
feels
up
and
down
the
spine
lies

Robert Epstein

 

maypolar
 

 Helen Buckingham

the nurse returns
the cloths I arrived in
autumn night

Susan Antolin

 

summer clouds
I pull the rope ladder up
behind me

Susan Antolin

 

 

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