A Hundred Gourds 2:1 December 2012
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weaving in what's left
of daylight

spacePeter Newton - U.S.A.
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  Labor Day –
the orb weaver
lengthens her cable

spaceRuth Holzer - U.S.A.
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    retired a year
he mows the grass
Labor Day

spaceLeRoy Gorman - Canada
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a rugged pony
lifts its head ...
evening star

spaceJo McInerney - Australia
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  Milky Way
a procession of cows
climbing the hills

spaceVuong Pham - Australia
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    starry night –
the first time
I ate a pomegranate

spaceAngela Terry - U.S.A.
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the Pleiades …
we climb the fire escape
for a closer look

spaceJohn McManus - U.K.
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  a brisk walk
alone to the south

spaceAllan Burns - U.S.A.
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    frosty night
the deaf boy asks
do stars crackle

spaceAndré Surridge - New Zealand
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early dawn
a doe eats all the asters
then eats the stars

spacekate s. godsey - U.S.A.
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  opening up      in the grape arbor
            blue sky      morning glories

spaceAdelaide B. Shaw - U.S.A.
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    just beyond reach
a rosy yellow star
my neighbor's peach

spaceAlan S. Bridges - U.S.A.
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apple boughs
hung low with fruit –
the first red stripe

spaceD.V. Rozic - Croatia
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  backyard orchard
those childhood memories
so deeply rooted

spaceLiz Rule - Australia
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    tangled roots
their long reach
going back years

spaceAdelaide B. Shaw - U.S.A.
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