A Hundred Gourds 2:1 December 2012
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autumn waterfall listening deep to my inner voice

spaceRamesh Anand - India
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  jury waiting room –
the long slant
of afternoon light

spaceJay Friedenberg - U.S.A.
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    converted church –
scanning the menu
for inspiration

spaceLee Bentley - Australia
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wind among the reeds –
the old lady
telling her beads

spaceJohn McDonald - U.K.
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  studying …
the train conductor's voice
arrives with the wind

spaceLeonie Bingham - Australia
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    autumn wind
unfolding the road map –
lines on his face

spaceNatasha Adams - Australia
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distant city
the woodcutter’s smallness
under a beech tree

spaceErnest Wit - Poland
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  early conker drop
two squirrels corkscrew
round a trunk

spaceSusan Richardson - U.K.
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    walnut husks –
we sell the house
where our child was born

spaceCarolyn Hall - U.S.A.
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railroad crossing ...
the unfinished tracks
of a brave deer

spaceChase Fire - U.S.A.
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the direction
of sadness

spacePeter Newton - U.S.A.
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the carcass
today I am Hamlet

spaceHelen Buckingham - U.K.
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boxes of memories
that aren’t mine

spaceCara Holman - U.S.A.
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  old diary
grandma’s ill-formed hand

spacePatricia Prime - New Zealand
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    a freight train
rumbles past at night
the weight of regret

spacePat Tompkins - U.S.A.
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