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  • 'a mirage / of mountains beckons / us homeward / we don't know their names, / but they know ours' By Debbie Strange. Tanka first published by Skylark 6.1 Summer 2018
    7 December 2018

    a mirage
    of mountains beckons
    us homeward
    we don’t know their names,
    but they know ours

  • 'polar night / a snowy owl / fades to black' by Debbie Strange. Haiku first published by Kokako 38 Apr 2018
    13 November 2018

    polar night
    a snowy owl
    fades to black
     

  • 'persimmons / peeled and hanging / out to dry . . . / autumn's harvest / shines brighter this year' by Debbie Strange.  Tanka first published by Red Lights 14.1 Jan 2018
    12 October 2018

    persimmons
    peeled and hanging
    out to dry…
    autumn’s harvest
    shines brighter this year

  • 'it was / as if she were / a butterfly / the way words flew / from her open hands' by Debbie Strange. Tanka first published by Cattails Apr 2018
    20 September 2018

    it was
    as if she were
    a butterfly
    the way words flew
    from her open hands

  • 'the fragility / of glass sponge reefs...  / after all this time / we learn something new / about each other' by Debbie Strange. Tanka first published in Eucalypt 23:2017
    17 May 2018

    the fragility
    of glass sponge reefs…
    after all this time
    we learn something new
    about each other

  • 'solstice / northern lights dance / with the dark' by Debbie Strange. Haiku first published by Australian Haiku Society Dec 2017
    15 May 2018

    solstice
    northern lights dance
    with the dark

  • 'snowlight / outside my window / a flurry of finches' by Debbie Strange. Haiku first published in Incense Dreams 1.3 Dec 2017
    13 May 2018

    snowlight
    outside my window
    a flurry of finches


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