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  • 'into the hot tub / the first snow / ever-so light' by Linda Papanicolaou. Haiku by Issa, translated by David Lanoue
    15 November 2009

    into the hot tub
    the first snow
    ever-so light
    (Issa)

  • 'autumn wind / red flowers she wanted / to pick' by Linda Papanicolaou. Haiku by Issa, translated by David Lanoue
    26 October 2009

    autumn wind
    red flowers she wanted
    to pick
    (Issa)

  • 'trusting its fate / to the autumn wind / duckweed' by Linda Papanicolaou. Haiku by Issa, translated by David Lanoue
    7 October 2009

    trusting its fate
    to the autumn wind
    duckweed

  • 'heat shimmers / yesterday it sang / pond snail shell' by Linda Papanicolaou. Haiku by Issa, translated by David Lanoue
    17 September 2009

    heat shimmers
    yesterday it sang
    pond snail shell

  • 'Industries and land usage come and go ... pickleweed / the salt march harvest mouse / about his business' by Linda Papanicolaou. Previously published in Nisqually Delta Review.
    7 September 2009

    Industries and land usages come and go, as structures, asphalt and whatever plantings survive the natural climate subside back into the marshesówith or without the millions we spend to restore what we’ve despoiled…
    pickleweed
    the salt marsh harvest mouse
    about his business

  • 'Once your astonishment abates, this Roman temple in the California landscape seems almost natural. ....' by Linda Papanicolaou. Previously published in Nisqually Delta Review.
    6 September 2009

    Once your astonishment abates, this Roman temple in the California landscape seems almost natural. In actuality, it was built in 1910 as the pumping station for an aquaduct….
    dreams of empire
    a flock of grackles foraging
    through dry grass

  • 'a big flood once covered the world, drowning everyone except coyote, who only survived by climbing Mt Diabolo....' by Linda Papanicolaou. Previously published in Nisqually Delta Review.
    5 September 2009

    A big flood covered the world, drowning everyone except coyote, who only survived by scrambling onto the top of Mt. Diabolo. Eagle and hummingbird soon joined him……
    golden gate
    the beacon flashing out
    on Alcatraz


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