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  • 'I return to find / that the swans of Belle Isle / survived another winter / even though an icy wind / lifts and pales each feather' by Ray Rasmussen. Tanka by Jeffry Woodward.
    21 December 2010

    I return to find
    the swans of Belle Isle
    survived another winter
    even though an icy wind yet
    lifts and pales each feather

  • 'fall drizzle / a woman bent / to her walker' by Ray Rasmussen
    19 December 2010

    fall drizzle
    a woman bent
    to her walker

  • 'I sit up watching / the summer moon fade / a man my age / when wakened / can't sleep again' by Ray Rasmussen. Tanka by Michael McClintock first published in A. Rotella & D. Garrison (Eds.), Ash Moon Anthology: Poems on Aging in Modern English Tanka. Mode
    17 December 2010

    I sit up watching
    the summer moon fade
    a man my age
    when wakened
    doesn’t sleep again

  • 'last night's dream the first / in which I no longer was / a younger manó / I square my shoulders / in the heavy summer air' by Ray Rasmussen. Tanka by George Swede, first published in From  A. Rotella & D. Garrison (Eds.), Ash Moon Anthology: Poems on Ag
    15 December 2010

    last night’s dream the first
    in which I no longer was
    a younger manó
    I square my shoulders
    in the heavy summer air

  • 'first time / kissing a grandmother / for real' by Ray Rasmussen. Senryu by Charles Trumbull.
    13 December 2010

    first time
    kissing a grandmother
    for real

  • "my poems, will you / read them to your lover / tonight? / waery, I watch pale stars / light the way home' by Ray Rasmussen. Tanka by Carol Raisfeld.
    11 December 2010

    my poems, will you
    read them to your lover
    tonight?
    weary, I watch the pale stars
    light the way home

  • 'scatter of fallen leavesó / the black dog / waiting' by Ray Rasmussen
    9 December 2010

    scatter of fallen leavesó
    the black dog
    waiting


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