just melting the ice
snow in the wind
finding more beauty
of bark and brambles
the wintering owls
how my father smiles
in black and white
John Barlow, Ormskirk, England
Not a single one is about parsnips.
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U.K. note from Alan, With Words
|"Come Write With Me" with Alan Summers|
Janice became a very good friend in later years and we met in person for the first time at Katikati, North Island, New Zealand at the official opening of the Haiku Pathway:
|Reading Hull Global Renga verses|