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I Turn Forward

The Storm

Prairie Town Progress

Beyond Door Number Three

The Make-Up of Molecules



I Will Return

Marinate On This

A Smattering Of Mattering (How Do You Matter)

Threading Myself Through The River Called Night

And Then It Wasn't Hard To Be Eight Years Old

from the tomb of three days sleeping

So You Do (May 10, 2010 written for June 1987)

Lemonade Days and Rhubarb Pies

Life Among Clouds

HOW

EVENTUALLY...

THERE WILL BE MORE ...

At Night I Dream of Vampires Who Have No Bad Intentions

morning thoughts (begin again)

Human History is Pockmarked With Tragedy

After Wide Sargasso Sea

Unseen, The Lilacs And The Daffodils

A Man Of The Clouds

The Cruel In The World (Blue Bag Metaphor)

Somtimes in Surrender

Encounter Before Dawn

Great Spirit

Shedding Your Skin

Liminality

NEEDING /KNEADING MORE (sometimes)

WHAT WILL YOU THINK GENTLE READER, AFTER YOU'VE FINISHED READING THIS?...We Are All Star Children

Not My Season

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Haiku's In Triplicate


Number One/Different

Why Am I Secret

Half-Not Half-Not-Wholly-Whole

Skinned Deep Outsider

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Number Two/Grandma Alta's Story

Green werewolf sky night

Straw Pin-Cushions Piano

Cellar Prayers Said

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Number Three/Cities Of The Small

Ant Architecture

Pylons and I-beams of Sand

Collaborations

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BONUS HAIKU...PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED
YET ENTIRELY NOTEWORTHY

Two Crows Parallel
Separating The Wing
Into Black Ribbons.

LEGAL COPYRIGHT FOR ORIGINAL HAIKU'S 6:18 PM PST
TIME/DATE STAMPED AND ALSO FOR THIS POET/WRITER
MELISSA A. HOWELLS AND ALSO FOR THIS LEGALLY COPYRIGHTED
SITE TITLE MELOO STRAIGHT FROM HER TILT-A-WORLD






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