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  1. UNTITLED • by Rachel Sutcliffe 1 Comment

      spring cleaning the space in my closet where winter was     As a youngster, Rachel Sutcliffe had a great imagination and loved story and poetry writing. For a while, her creative writing took a back seat as she discovered the joys of travel and foreign languages. Personal circumstances have led her to really […]

    Japanese Short Forms

  2. UNTITLED • by Rachel Sutcliffe 1 Comment

      biting my tongue I stir your coffee furiously     As a youngster, Rachel Sutcliffe had a great imagination and loved story and poetry writing. For a while, her creative writing took a back seat as she discovered the joys of travel and foreign languages. Personal circumstances have led her to really concentrate on […]

    Japanese Short Forms

  3. SENRYU • by Rachel Sutcliffe 1 Comment

        tea with grandma her body as fine as the china     As a youngster, Rachel Sutcliffe had a great imagination and loved story and poetry writing. For a while, her creative writing took a back seat as she discovered the joys of travel and foreign languages. Personal circumstances have led her to […]

    Japanese Short Forms

  4. UNTITLED • by Rachel Sutcliffe 2 Comments

        dandelion breeze where does time go?   As a youngster, Rachel Sutcliffe had a great imagination and loved story and poetry writing. For a while, her creative writing took a back seat as she discovered the joys of travel and foreign languages. Personal circumstances have led her to really concentrate on her writing […]

    Japanese Short Forms

  5. SENRYU • by Rachel Sutcliffe 1 Comment

        long stay car park in the far corner a robin reliant     As a youngster, Rachel Sutcliffe had a great imagination and loved story and poetry writing. For a while, her creative writing took a back seat as she discovered the joys of travel and foreign languages. Personal circumstances have led her […]

    Japanese Short Forms

  6. UNTITLED • by Rachel Sutcliffe No Comments

        rain on my cheeks tears I can’t cry     As a youngster, Rachel Sutcliffe had a great imagination and loved story and poetry writing. For a while, her creative writing took a back seat as she discovered the joys of travel and foreign languages. Personal circumstances have led her to really concentrate […]

    Japanese Short Forms

  7. TANKA • by Máire Morrissey-Cummins 2 Comments

    circling in a bubble a rainbow catches all the colours of wind     Máire Morrissey-Cummins enjoys the freedom of expression through the mediums of poetry and art. She has lived in Holland for many years and now lives between her home in Greystones, Co. Wicklow, Ireland and Trier, Germany. She is married with two […]

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  8. TANKA • by Máire Morrissey-Cummins 1 Comment

    day moon white with morning sun I look for a star thousands tumble in a sudden snow flurry     Máire Morrissey-Cummins enjoys the freedom of expression through the mediums of poetry and art. She has lived in Holland for many years and now lives between her home in Greystones, Co. Wicklow, Ireland and Trier, […]

    Japanese Short Forms

  9. TANKA • by Máire Morrissey-Cummins 3 Comments

    scent of his shirt on her naked body moon-lit love’s blemishes hidden in midnight shadows     Máire Morrissey-Cummins enjoys the freedom of expression through the mediums of poetry and art. She has lived in Holland for many years and now lives between her home in Greystones, Co. Wicklow, Ireland and Trier, Germany. She is […]

    Japanese Short Forms

  10. COLD FISH • by Bill West No Comments

    Cold fish o for mouth icy stare nothing there no one home world of one deep down but at night he sees the moon silver and at dawn a fire ball smear o for mouth icy stare deep down cold fish     Bill West wrote poetry as a teenager but stopped. In 2004 he […]

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