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Poetry

Haiku, by Michael Brandt

blinking cell towersnever sleeping always brightnew constellations disappeared adverbsmisplaced or truly extinct?the answer comes quick…

Haiku, by Shellie Pike

Spring Long March iciclesPointing north in unisonNudged by southern winds Shellie Pike, Boaz

Haiku, by Judy Robb

Bratwurst sizzled flameKitten purrs fire and sunWork-a-day life treat Judy Robb, Town of Vermont

Haiku, by Lynne Roberts

Birds and bird shadows,White snow falls, black seed scatters.Next spring, sunflowers. Falling ice wakes me.Thunder…

Haiku, by Sharon Rowe

Spring smells. Prairie fire.Smoke. Line of red flames dance, leap.Blackened land, reborn. Sharon Rowe, Iowa…

Haiku, by Candace Dreier

Spring A walk in the woods.The allure of the trail.Enjoying the day. Sights and sounds…

Haiku, by Jerome Cushman

Shake Rag Streetfrom a limestone cottagethe smell of pasty the Red Rooster Caféthe locals share…