A Hundred Gourds 3:4 September 2014

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no longer
a look back when we part
color drains
from the pin oak leaves
with each touch of frost

space Michele L. Harvey - USA
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  sky lit with debris
from stars
dead long ago
a summer romance
flames & dies

space LeRoy Gorman - Canada
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    spreading roots
of the live oak tree ...
I find my ancestors
stepping down from the stars
to plant another acorn

space Rebecca Drouilhet - USA
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the old farmhouse
still unsold
is it so hard to see
the moonlit fields
where foxes dance?

space Mary Frederick Ahearn - USA
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  wild pansies
her perfect garden –
lanky, jagged-leaved,
grins on their faces

space Janet Lynn Davis - USA
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a sea of repellent
a mosquito
and my mother-in-law
drone on into our evening

space Keitha Keyes - Australia
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