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“A Few Haiku (39)”

(c) 2022 by Michael L. Utley (#229) snap-beans in a wooden bowland tears on her cheeksmy mother’s sorrow ….. (#230) pre-dawn mourningher eyes on the horizonsearching for the light ….. (#231) in konara copsemy soul seeks solacein the still shadows ….. (#232) my reflection goneeven the stream forsakes meas I drift away ….. (#233) these …

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“Bear Grass & Peaks”

While traveling through Glacier National Park in 1996 along the Going-to-the-Sun Road, this meadow came into view. I’d never seen bear grass before and had no idea what this unusual flower was at the time. The conditions were a bit tricky: contrasting lighting, a bit of a breeze, a slanting hillside, long-stemmed flowers and very …

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