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The Scent of Pine

evening sky            
the moon cradled
in the ginkgo's branches

ch

the scratch of pencil
on paper

kc

hushed dawn
bird tracks
in the snow

ch

fallen fence post
counting out pills
for the day

kc

a hawk scatters
the flock of starlings

ch

cloud cover
the scent of pine
from the wood pile

kc


A rengay by Cara Holman, USA and Kirsten Cliff , NZ
Composed via email 2/22/12 to 3/12/12

Turning a Corner

morning amble
a crow calls me out
of my reverie

ch


the back and forth
of this rusty swing

kc

crosswalk
a mechanical voice
tells me, please wait

ch

turning a corner
this wall of wind
and my laughter

kc

water spills
over the rocks

ch

in the pocket
with my silenced worries
this found feather

kc


A rengay by Cara Holman, USA and Kirsten Cliff , NZ
Composed via email 2/22/12 to 3/12/12

Cara Holman and Kirsten Cliff met on a writing site on Facebook in 2010. After discovering that they shared a mutual interest in writing haiku, they began corresponding regularly, and supporting and encouraging each other’s efforts. This is their first collaborative verse together, and Kirsten’s first ever rengay.


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