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  237.     

Hot Springs

When a poem bubbles up
Out of the crevice
In the ground

You’d better cup your hands
Your mind

To catch it, quick
Before it vanishes
Into air.


(Previously published in The Short North Gazette, Feb 2000)
 
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  238.     

How Old?

Ask me my age and I’ll tell you
True

I’m somewhere between

Birth and Death
Are you?


(Previously published in Badosa,2003)
 
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  239.     

I Asked (Haiku)

I asked the question
but the answer never came
the wind hears nothing
 
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  240.     

I Heard Her Whisper (Senryu)

I heard her whisper once
a breath so soft it tickled
a dream that slipped away
 
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