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  • 'redwoods/ arrows of light pierce / the moss' by Debbie Strange. Haiku first published in the Akitsu Quarterly Fall 2018
    14 November 2019

    redwoods
    arrrows of light pierce
    the moss

  • 'morning chill / two lady birds trimmed / with pearls' by Debbie Strange. Haiku first published in The Bamboo Hut Spring 2018
    5 October 2019

    morning chill
    two ladybirds trimmed
    with pearls

  • 'wild roses / cascade over the gate / to our past / holding hands, we step  / backward into childhood' By Debbie Strange.  Tanka first published by Mariposa 38 Spr/Sum 2018
    20 April 2019

    wild roses
    cascade over the gate
    to our past
    holding hands, we step
    backward into childhood

  • "fallen petals / spill from my basket / each one / a bruised and scented / poem for your pillow" by Debbie Strange. Tanka first published by GUSTS 27 Spr/Sum 2018
    9 February 2019

    fallen petals
    spill from my basket
    each one
    a bruised and scented
    poem for your pillow

  • 'stardrifts we slip into the depths of winter' by Debbie Strange. Haiku first published by Otata 27 Mar 2018
    25 December 2018

    stardrifts we slip into the depths of winter

  • '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
     


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