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July 1, 2012, vol 8, no 2

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Elaine Riddell & Cynthia Rowe


Catching the Dream

The baby wakes and is fed. The toddler wakes. The baby needs changing. The toddler hits his head on the table. Someone knocks at the door. The telephone rings. Time for the next meal. The baby is put to bed. The toddler wants a story. The toddler needs a sleep. The baby wakes. The baby must be fed. . . . Finally night falls. The children are both in bed. She puts her feet up.

wave sets . . .
tucking white-edged hibiscus
into her sarong

Prose by Elaine Riddell - Haiku by Cynthia Rowe


Collaborative Haibun

See Commentary by Jim Kacian

 




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