A Hundred Gourds 3:3 June 2014

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the weight and shape
of this moment –
a leaf through the air

space Chen-ou Liu - Canada
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  autumnal smell
our family tree
up from the basement

space Thomas Chockley - USA
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    power cut
how carefully
we bump about

space David Serjeant - UK
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falling leaves
his chainsaw takes down
the last tree

space Barbara A Taylor - Australia
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  twice alone –
they cut the tree
where we used to meet

space Lavana Kray - Romania
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    the week of her funeral
a moth brushes my cheek

space Helen Buckingham - UK
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mourning doves calling the mist

space Ann K. Schwader - USA
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  the distant toll
of a single cowbell
childhood returns

space Giddy Nielsen-Sweep - Australia
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    calm mist
           the cow bells

space Ramesh Anand - India
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misty morning
an unknown landscape
becomes a dream

space Ernest Wit - Poland
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  fog thicket
i stare into the broadcast
of starlings

space Dietmar Tauchner - Austria
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    a dense fog –
he cannot find
the words for it

space Devin Harrison - Canada
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city streets –
going through the fog
into fog

space Gautam Nadkarni - India
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  Halloween mask
I see
who she really is

space Scott Duke Kominers - USA
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    imminent winter –
a grasshopper's silence
under the weeds

space Arvinder Kaur – India
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