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  • 'the sisterI didn't know I had... / rhizomes' by Debbie Strange. Haiku forst published in The Heron's Nest XXII #2, June 2020
    10 December 2021

    the sister
    I didn’t know I had
    rhizomes

  • 'cat-ice / our circle of friends / grow smaler' by Debbie Strange.  Haiku first published in Modern Haiku 51.1 Winter-Spring 2020
    20 November 2021

    cat-ice
    our circle of old friends
    grows smaller

  • 'our bodies / no more than stardust / we fall / from constellations / and for a moment, shine' by Debbie Strange. Tanka first published in Kokako 25, Sept 2016
    19 October 2021

    our bodies
    no more than stardust
    we fall
    from constellations
    and for a moment, shine

  • 'the autumn wind / whispers a lament / of longing / I wonder again / why you let me go' by Debbie Strange. Tanka forst published in Tanka Origins 3, April 2020
    18 August 2021

    the autumn wind
    whispers a lament
    of longing
    I wonder again
    why you let me go

  • 'sunless day / the sparks of mica / under our boots' by Debbie Strange. haiky first published in Seashores 4, April 2020
    1 May 2021

    sunless day
    the sparks of mica
    under our boots

  • "we compose / the music of our lives / with grace notes / scattered between / lullaby and requiem' by Debbie Strange. Tanka first published in Bright Stars Tanka Anthology 7, Nov 2014
    13 April 2021

    we compose
    the music of our lives
    with grace notes
    scattered between
    lullaby and requiem

  • 'estrangement... / even the army ants / know how / to build bridges' by Debbie Strange.  Haiku first published in The Mambaq March 2020
    18 March 2021

    estrangement…
    even army ants
    know how
    to build bridges


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