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A Sense of Place, Hiking Trail Scents

  coastal hike the scent of heather on the hill   Editor’s comment: Here we are situated on a coast, where the humidity can help to carry scent – when I read this poem I am sure I can smell it… … Continue reading

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Haiku – Akitsu

  blackberry moon he sucks the tune from a blues harp   half moon … the folded wings of a white butterfly   seaside beer … a seagull’s wing dips into the foam   Akitsu Quarterly, Summer, 2018 http://www.wildgraces.com/Akitsu-Quarterly.html

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Tanka – Red Lights

  I remember discovering the sea for the first time floating in a car inner tube with my father in his happy days     in the attic I discover memories hidden away the last vestige of scent from a … Continue reading

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Haiku

    seashells – a jar of summer travelling home © Martha Magenta Stardust Haiku Issue 8, August 2017 https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2qnvk3Lnv93OUhKM0ZZUnZsMms/view  

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Haibun – Night Fright

  Holidaying in Portugal, we came across a lake near Nisa and decided to ask at a nearby farm for permission to camp. We were greeted by a large dog, which lunged towards us snarling and pulling against its chain. … Continue reading

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