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AB 
Alice Benedict

BJ
Bob Jessup

CC
Carlos Colůn 

CF
Vikki Celeste Fannin

CG 
Cindy Guntherman

CSK
Carol Stroh Kemp 

dht
Doris H. Thurston 

DPK
Deborah P. Kolidji

DR 
David Rice

DWP
Darrel W. Parry

EF 
Eric Folsom

ESJ
Elizabeth St Jacques 

FA 
Fay Aoyagi 

FP
Francine Porad 

FPA
Francis (Paul) Attard 

GD 
Gene Doty 

GM 
Giselle Maya

GR 
George Ralph

GV
Geert Verbeke

JAJ 
Jean Jorgensen


JJO 
Joyce J. Owens

JC 
Jeanne Cassler

JMB
John M. Bennett

JR 
Jane Reichhold

JS
John Sheirer 

JSJ
Joyce Sandeen Johnson

KCL 
Ken C. Leibman 

LCG 
Larry C. Gross

LE
Lesley Einer

LJ
Lael Johnson 

MHH
Madeline Hoffer

ML
Minna Lerman

MM 
Marianne Marks

MWM   
Mary Wittry-Mason


Nika 

NA
Nasira Alma

PC
Penny Crosby 

PGC 
Pamela Connor

PJS
P.J. Sharpe 

PS
Pat Shelley


Ronan 

RF 
Robert Flannery

SCH 
Suzette Hains

SD
Simon Doubleday

SMc
Steve McComas  

TLG
Terri Lee Grell

TV 
Teresa Volz 

TW
Tundra Wind 

WEG
Elliot Greig

WR 
Werner Reichhold

YH 
Yvonne
Hardenbrook

ZP 
Zane Parks 

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    REDWOOD SHADOWS
One-liners only
Started: April, 1986 Finished: Summer, 1995

Redwood shadows at riverís edge            Tundra Wind

Approaching autoís distant headlights             JF

Two white fangs of a bobcat           Jane Reichhold

The whimper of illuminated lovers             Terri Lee Grell

Running through the breeze         Celeste Fannin

Clinging to our silence           Larry Giddings

we worship the goddess              Ken C. Leibman

warm cushion in the blue moonlight        Bob Jessup

the smell of coffee boiling over         TW

morning news unheard in the den      Tom Bingham

scribbling feelings in my notebook        KCL

the tourists and their cameras     TW

waiting for Mount St. Helens to burp        TLG

An empty cookie jar      PW

her loverís photo         JR

remembered sunlight        TW

the sound of teardrops         PW

hanging on her ear        JR

whispering secrets         KCL

children read a picture book          Penny Crosby

Artists struck dumb by willows          RA

where the wind blows dreams           JR

toad hops down the hall        KCL

the street lights go out         CF

dancing in the puddles all night        JR

and then the walk home        Jean A. Jorgensen

lying in bed till noon, thinking ...         Mary Wittry-Mason

what in the mountain burns         John M. Bennett

her smouldering look             MWM

bonfire fizzles out again         George Ralph

then the coyote's eerie cry          JAJ

shivering in the cold breeze         TW

the aging hooker waits    KCL

her far reaching look             Werner Reichhold

across vacant lots into the stars.         GR

 

 

REDWOOD SHADOWS

Redwood shadows at riverís edge    Tundra Wind

Approaching autoís distant headlights JF

Two white fangs of a bobcat           Jane Reichhold

The whimper of illuminated lovers            Terri Lee Grell

Running through the breeze       Celeste Fannin

Clinging to our silence       Larry Giddings

we worship the goddess     Ken C. Leibman

warm cushion in the blue moonlight         Bob Jessup

the smell of coffee boiling over         TW

morning news unheard in the den        Tom Bingham

scribbling feelings in my notebook     KCL

the tourists and their cameras      TW

waiting for Mount St. Helens to burp          TLG

An empty cookie jar          PW

her loverís photo           JR

remembered sunlight         TW

the sound of teardrops          PW

hanging on her ear         JR

the jade green crescent moon      TW

whispering to no one              BF

fingering her prayer beads           KCL

china cup falls             Eric Folsom

a map of the other side              Bambi Lyn Walker

fanfolds inching us closer           Penny Crosby

poem tucked in a business letter          JR

a multi-hued scarf at her throat         Jean A. Jorgensen

barefoot in the salty mist        Robert Flannery

stepping on a broken clamshell             KCL

the chopping knife slips          JAJ

a little something extra in the stew        KCL

baby found the dog biscuits        Larry Gross

barking feet       John M. Bennett

only one wolf howls tonight            PC

over and over on the VCR        David Rice

trying to get this damn pillow right.      George Ralph

 

 

REDWOOD SHADOWS

Redwood shadows at riverís edge         Tundra Wind

Approaching autoís distant headlights             JF

Two white fangs of a bobcat         Jane Reichhold

The whimper of illuminated lovers        Terri Lee Grell

Running through the breeze          Celeste Fannin

Clinging to our silence        Larry Giddings

we worship the goddess          Ken C. Leibman

warm cushion in the blue moonlight            Bob Jessup

the smell of coffee boiling over         TW

morning news unheard in the den      Tom Bingham

scribbling feelings in my notebook       KCL

the tourists and their cameras        TW

waiting for Mount St. Helens to burp       TLG

An empty cookie jar            PW

her loverís photo               JR

remembered sunlight              TW

the sound of teardrops             PW

hanging on her ear             JR

whispering secrets             KCL

children read a picture book              Penny Crosby

Artists struck dumb by willows          Rose Ackerman

where the wind blows dreams             JR

toad hops down the hall          KCL

the street lights go out          CF

dancing in the puddles all night           JR

and then the walk home          Jean A. Jorgensen

lying in bed till noon, thinking ...              Mary Wittry-Mason

beyond all those galaxies ... a void?            JAJ

black hole sucking it into hell           MWM

hunting for the lost pacifier          George Ralph

do you know the way to Sock Heaven?        KCL

from roller skates to sock hop             P. J. Sharp

losing one's marbles            JR

sorcerer drawing a circle          Lesley Einer

at center cat's eyes collide.          Madeline H. Hoffer

 

 

REDWOOD SHADOWS

Redwood shadows at riverís edge      Tundra Wind

Approaching autoís distant headlights JF

Two white fangs of a bobcat          Jane Reichhold

The whimper of illuminated lovers         Terri Lee Grell

Running through the breeze        Celeste Fannin

Clinging to our silence          Larry Giddings

we worship the goddess           Ken C. Leibman

warm cushion in the blue moonlight         Bob Jessup

the smell of coffee boiling over       TW

morning news unheard in the den           Tom Bingham

scribbling feelings in my notebook           KCL

the tourists and their cameras        TW

waiting for Mount St. Helens to burp              TLG

An empty cookie jar             PW

her loverís photo              JR

remembered sunlight              TW

the sound of teardrops            PW

hanging on her ear           JR

the jade crescent moon           TW

the monogrammed pillowcase         Eric Folsom

amounting to a hill of beans            CF

red ants invade the kitchen         JR

border war trades for sports page         Penny Crosby

homeless man shares blankets         JR

doorstep redeemer wanting my soul       Jean A. Jorgensen

how American to want more         KCL

my cup overflows       JAJ

take, eat, this is my tutti-frutti         Larry C. Gross

no, mischungene, we've had enough         Mary Wittry-Mason

Billy, don't goose the Michigander            LCG

revenge of the ice-people          George Ralph

a name beside the door snow-covered            Werner Reichhold

reflections in the room once white         PC

overnight with a dark-skinned     WR

weasel shedding spring.        Madeline H. Hoffer

 

 

REDWOOD SHADOWS

Redwood shadows at riverís edge         Tundra Wind

Approaching autoís distant headlights          JF

Two white fangs of a bobcat         Jane Reichhold

The whimper of illuminated lovers            Terri Lee Grell

Running through the breeze    Celeste Fannin

Clinging to our silence         Larry Giddings

we worship the goddess         Ken C. Leibman

warm cushion in the blue moonlight            Bob Jessup

the smell of coffee boiling over         TW

morning news unheard in the den          TB

scribbling feelings in my notebook          KCL

the tourists and their cameras        TW

waiting for Mount St. Helens to burp            TLG

An empty cookie jar               PW

her loverís photo                       JR

remembered sunlight             TW

the sound of teardrops               PW

hanging on her ear          JR

whispering secrets          KCL

children read a picture book          Penny Crosby

Artists struck dumb by willows  Rose Ackerman

where the wind blows dreams         JR

toad hops down the hall           KCL

the street lights go out           CF

dancing in the puddles all night           JR

and then the walk home        Jean A. Jorgensen

lying in bed till noon, thinking ...        Mary Wittry-Mason

what in the mountain burns     John M. Bennett

her smoldering look          MWM

bonfire fizzles out again           George Ralph

then the coyote's eerie cry      JAJ

shivering in the cold breeze         TW

the aging hooker waits      KCL

slim hips of the rodeo cowboy         Alice Benedict

rocking the bronco wild.     Madeline H. Hoffer

 

 

REDWOOD SHADOWS

Redwood shadows at riverís edge          Tundra Wind

Approaching autoís distant headlights     JF

Two white fangs of a bobcat      Jane Reichhold

The whimper of illuminated lovers     Terri Lee Grell

Running through the breeze    Celeste Fannin

Clinging to our silence     Larry Giddings

we worship the goddess    Ken C. Leibman

warm cushion in the blue moonlight           Bob Jessup

the smell of coffee boiling over          TW

morning news unheard in the den         Tom Bingham

scribbling feelings in my notebook           KCL

the tourists and their cameras         TW

waiting for Mount St. Helens to burp           TLG

An empty cookie jar          PW

her loverís photo            JR

remembered sunlight        TW

the sound of teardrops           PW

hanging on her ear            JR

whispering secrets           KCL

children read a picture book            Penny Crosby

Artists struck dumb by willows         Rose Ackerman

where the wind blows dreams          JR

toad hops down the hall          KCL

the street lights go out         CF

dancing in the puddles all night          JR

and then the walk home           Jean A. Jorgensen

lying in bed till noon, thinking ...        Mary Wittry-Mason

beyond all those galaxies ... a void?        JAJ

black hole sucking it into hell         MWM

hunting for the lost pacifier        George Ralph

do you know the way to Sock Heaven?           KCL

from roller skates to sock hop           P. J. Sharp

losing one's marbles          JR

sorcerer drawing a circle          Lesley Einer

just a puff a smoke           GR

 

 

REDWOOD SHADOWS

Redwood shadows at riverís edge       Tundra Wind

Approaching autoís distant headlights       JF

Two white fangs of a bobcat      Jane Reichhold

The whimper of illuminated lovers         Terri Lee Grell

Running through the breeze                Celeste Fannin

Clinging to our silence           Larry Giddings

we worship the goddess           Ken C. Leibman

warm cushion in the blue moonlight                Bob Jessup

the smell of coffee boiling over          TW

morning news unheard in the den      Tom Bingham

scribbling feelings in my notebook        KCL

the tourists and their cameras         TW

waiting for Mount St. Helens to burp         TLG

An empty cookie jar        PW

her loverís photo        JR

remembered sunlight         TW

the sound of teardrops    PW

hanging on her ear            JR

whispering secrets          KCL

children read a picture book            Penny Crosby

Artists struck dumb by willows         Rose Ackerman

where the wind blows dreams          JR

toad hops down the hall          KCL

the street lights go out      CF

dancing in the puddles all night        JR

and then the walk home           Jean A. Jorgensen

lying in bed till noon, thinking ...         Mary Wittry-Mason

stop that insane laughter           JAJ

another day in the rubber room            JR

this retarded ejaculation           George Ralph

liquid dice at last              John M. Bennett

shooting craps           Steve McComas

the outhouse suddenly shakes           George Ralph

privy council to the queen         Yvonne Hardenbrook

a castleful of echoes.     SMC

 

 

REDWOOD SHADOWS

Redwood shadows at riverís edge         Tundra Wind

Approaching autoís distant headlights         JF

Two white fangs of a bobcat      Jane Reichhold

The whimper of illuminated lovers         Terri Lee Grell

Running through the breeze         Celeste Fannin

Clinging to our silence           Larry Giddings

we worship the goddess         Ken C. Leibman

warm cushion in the blue moonlight       Bob Jessup

the smell of coffee boiling over          TW

morning news unheard in the den        Tom Bingham

scribbling feelings in my notebook             KCL

the tourists and their cameras          TW

waiting for Mount St. Helens to burp           TLG

An empty cookie jar         PW

her loverís photo      JR

remembered sunlight         TW

the sound of teardrops          PW

hanging on her ear       JR

the jade crescent moon         TW

whispering to no one         Robert Flannery

fingering her prayer beads            KCL

a china cup falls           Eric Folson

a map of the other side         Bambi Lyn Walker

fanfolds inching us closer          Penny Crosby

poem tucked in a business letter            JR

a multi-hued scarf at her throat           Jean A. Jorgensen

barefoot in the salty mist          RF

stepping on a broken clamshell          KCL

the chopping knife slips           JAJ

a little something extra in the stew           KCL

baby found the dog biscuits        LG

barking feet              John M. Bennett

only one wolf howls tonight          PC

still she walks on a little faster          George Ralph

through the woods to grandmother's house.        Steve MCComas

 

 

REDWOOD SHADOWS

Redwood shadows at riverís edge        Tundra Wind

Approaching autoís distant headlights          JF

Two white fangs of a bobcat           Jane Reichhold

The whimper of illuminated lovers           Terri Lee Grell

Running through the breeze          Celeste Fannin

Clinging to our silence         Larry Giddings

we worship the goddess           Ken C. Leibman

warm cushion in the blue moonlight         Bob Jessup

the smell of coffee boiling over           TW

morning news unheard in the den       Tom Bingham

scribbling feelings in my notebook        KCL

the tourists and their cameras          TW

waiting for Mount St. Helens to burp        TLG

An empty cookie jar            PW

her loverís photo              JR

remembered sunlight        TW

the sound of teardrops        PW

hanging on her ear           JR

whispering secrets             KCL

children read a picture book              Penny Crosby

Artists struck dumb by willows          Rose Ackerman

where the wind blows dreams         JR

toad hops down the hall             KCL

the street lights go out               CF

dancing in the puddles all night           JR

and then the walk home         Jean A. Jorgensen

lying in bed till noon, thinking ...     Mary Wittry-Mason

what in the mountain burns         John M. Bennett

her smoldering look          MWM

bonfire fizzles out again             George Ralph

then the coyote's eerie cry          JAJ

shivering in the cold breeze          TW

summer rain in sheets              CF

underwear never dries        JR

her sink dreams hairs.                JMB

 

 

REDWOOD SHADOWS

Redwood shadows at riverís edge           Tundra Wind

Approaching autoís distant headlights         JF

Two white fangs of a bobcat         Jane Reichhold

The whimper of illuminated lovers     Terri Lee Grell

Running through the breeze         Celeste Fannin

Clinging to our silence       Larry Giddings

we worship the goddess             Ken C. Leibman

warm cushion in the blue moonlight        Bob Jessup

the smell of coffee boiling over     TW

morning news unheard in the den   Tom Bingham

scribbling feelings in my notebook             KCL

the tourists and their cameras        TW

waiting for Mount St. Helens to burp         TLG

An empty cookie jar       PW

her loverís photo            JR

remembered sunlight           TW

the sound of teardrops              PW

hanging on her ear         JR

the jade crescent moon         TW

the monogrammed pillowcase         Eric Folsom

amounting to a hill of beans        CF

red ants invade the kitchen           JR

border war trades for sports page        Penny Crosby

homeless man shares blankets        JR

doorstep redeemer wanting my soul          Jean A. Jorgensen

how American to want more           KCL

my cup overflows      JAJ

take, eat, this is my tutti-frutti         Larry C. Gross

surely reduced expectations         EF

boy waits again in the principal's office         Mary Wittry-Mason

cold rain           Robert Flannery

a mallard preens           TW

suburb soaking up sound             Alice Benedict

far away faun cry         David Rice

sunlight sparkles at the river's edge.             TW

 

 

REDWOOD SHADOWS

Redwood shadows at riverís edge         Tundra Wind

Approaching autoís distant headlights             JF

Two white fangs of a bobcat       Jane Reichhold

The whimper of illuminated lovers           Terri Lee Grell

Running through the breeze         Celeste Fannin

Clinging to our silence      Larry Giddings

we worship the goddess      Ken C. Leibman

warm cushion in the blue moonlight      Bob Jessup

the smell of coffee boiling over      TW

morning news unheard in the den      Tom Bingham

scribbling feelings in my notebook          KCL

the tourists and their cameras        TW

waiting for Mount St. Helens to burp          TLG

An empty cookie jar     PW

her loverís photo          JR

remembered sunlight          TW

the sound of teardrops          PW

hanging on her ear        JR

the jade crescent moon       TW

the monogrammed pillowcase         Eric Folsom

amounting to a hill of beans     CF

red ants invade the kitchen       JR

border war trades for sports page           Penny Crosby

homeless man shares blankets    JR

doorstep redeemer wanting my soul        Jean A. Jorgensen

how American to want more        KCL

my cup overflows      JAJ

take, eat, this is my tutti-frutti      Larry C. Gross

surely reduced expectations         EF

boy waits again in the principal's office          Mary Wittry-Mason

cold rain          Robert Flannery

a mallard preens         TW

suburb soaking up sound       Alice Benedict

free from the freeway         JR

blisters but a kestrel nest.            David Rice

 

 

REDWOOD SHADOWS

Redwood shadows at riverís edge             Tundra Wind

Approaching autoís distant headlights            JF

Two white fangs of a bobcat           Jane Reichhold

The whimper of illuminated lovers             Terri Lee Grell

Running through the breeze          Celeste Fannin

Clinging to our silence           Larry Giddings

we worship the goddess      Ken C. Leibman

warm cushion in the blue moonlight        Bob Jessup

the smell of coffee boiling over        TW

morning news unheard in the den         Tom Bingham

scribbling feelings in my notebook    KCL

the tourists and their cameras          TW

waiting for Mount St. Helens to burp          TLG

An empty cookie jar      PW

her loverís photo         JR

remembered sunlight           TW

the sound of teardrops      PW

hanging on her ear    JR

the jade crescent moon     TW

the monogrammed pillowcase         Eric Folsom

amounting to a hill of beans         CF

red ants invade the kitchen           JR

border war trades for sports page           Penny Crosby

homeless man shares blankets            JR

doorstep redeemer wanting my soul        Jean A. Jorgensen

how American to want more             KCL

my cup overflows         JAJ

take, eat, this is my tutti-frutti            Larry C. Gross

surely reduced expectations            EF

boy waits again in the principal's office            Mary Wittry-Mason

cold rain            Robert Flannery

a mallard preens       TW

suburb soaking up sound             Alice Benedict

free from the freeway               JR

turning off the TV.                 TW

 

 

REDWOOD SHADOWS

Redwood shadows at riverís edge            Tundra Wind

Approaching autoís distant headlights       JF

Two white fangs of a bobcat          Jane Reichhold

The whimper of illuminated lovers          Terri Lee Grell

Running through the breeze            Celeste Fannin

Clinging to our silence           Larry Giddings

we worship the goddess         Ken C. Leibman

warm cushion in the blue moonlight          Bob Jessup

the smell of coffee boiling over      TW

morning news unheard in the den        Tom Bingham

scribbling feelings in my notebook       KCL

the tourists and their cameras     TW

waiting for Mount St. Helens to burp           TLG

An empty cookie jar          PW

her loverís photo        JR

remembered sunlight              TW

the sound of teardrops PW

hanging on her ear           JR

whispering secrets          KCL

children read a picture book           Penny Crosby

Artists struck dumb by willows         Rose B. Ackerman

where the wind blows dreams            JR

toad hops down the hall            KCL

the street lights go out           CF

dancing in the puddles all night            JR

and then the walk home            Jean A. Jorgensen

lying in bed till noon, thinking ...         Mary Wittry-Mason

beyond all those galaxies ... a void?     JAJ

black hole sucking it into hell        MWM

hunting for the lost pacifier        George Ralph

do you know the way to Sock Heaven?         KCL

from roller skates to sock hop         P. J. Sharp

losing one's marbles       JR

sorcerer drawing a circle           Lesley Einer

opening the shadows.      TW

 

 

REDWOOD SHADOWS

Redwood shadows at riverís edge          Tundra Wind

Approaching autoís distant headlights        JF

Two white fangs of a bobcat          Jane Reichhold

The whimper of illuminated lovers        Terri Lee Grell

Running through the breeze        Celeste Fannin

Clinging to our silence         Larry Giddings

we worship the goddess           Ken C. Leibman

warm cushion in the blue moonlight          Bob Jessup

the smell of coffee boiling over          TW

morning news unheard in the den         Tom Bingham

scribbling feelings in my notebook        KCL

the tourists and their cameras            TW

waiting for Mount St. Helens to burp        TLG

An empty cookie jar         PW

her loverís photo          JR

remembered sunlight        TW

the sound of teardrops             PW

hanging on her ear               JR

whispering secrets            KCL

children read a picture book           Penny Crosby

Artists struck dumb by willows       Rose B. Ackerman

where the wind blows dreams            JR

toad hops down the hall          KCL

the street lights go out           CF

dancing in the puddles all night             JR

and then the walk home          Jean A. Jorgensen

lying in bed till noon, thinking ...             Mary Wittry-Mason

what in the mountain burns           John M. Bennett

her smoldering look          MWM

bonfire fizzles out again            George Ralph

then the coyote's eerie cry         JAJ

shivering in the cold breeze             TW

summer rain in sheets           CF

cozy under our comforter          GR

time's relentless dance.           TW

 

REDWOOD SHADOWS

Redwood shadows at riverís edge        Tundra Wind

Approaching autoís distant headlights           JF

Two white fangs of a bobcat         Jane Reichhold

The whimper of illuminated lovers         Terri Lee Grell

Running through the breeze          Celeste Fannin

Clinging to our silence         Larry Giddings

we worship the goddess         Ken C. Leibman

warm cushion in the blue moonlight           Bob Jessup

the smell of coffee boiling over          TW

morning news unheard in the den    Tom Bingham

scribbling feelings in my notebook          KCL

the tourists and their cameras          TW

waiting for Mount St. Helens to burp            TLG

An empty cookie jar               PW

her loverís photo               JR

remembered sunlight         TW

the sound of teardrops           PW

hanging on her ear            JR

whispering secrets           KCL

children read a picture book             Penny Crosby

Artists struck dumb by willows           Rose B. Ackerman

where the wind blows dreams          JR

toad hops down the hall         KCL

the street lights go out          CF

dancing in the puddles all night           JR

and then the walk home         Jean A. Jorgensen

lying in bed till noon, thinking ...         Mary Wittry-Mason

mountains just hanging there            Eric Folsom

wind blows up the valley          JR

we didn't need dynamite            LCG

women reporting sexual harassment          JR

in an all-female nudist camp        Werner Reichhold

pizza delivery boy goggle-eyed                KCL

six-foot snowdrifts in the driveway            George Ralph

the bills i never paid.           TW

 

 

REDWOOD SHADOWS

Redwood shadows at riverís edge    Tundra Wind

Approaching autoís distant headlights      JF

Two white fangs of a bobcat         Jane Reichhold

The whimper of illuminated lovers        Terri Lee Grell

Running through the breeze         Celeste Fannin

Clinging to our silence              Larry Giddings

we worship the goddess              Ken C. Leibman

warm cushion in the blue moonlight         Bob Jessup

the smell of coffee boiling over            TW

morning news unheard in the den         Tom Bingham

scribbling feelings in my notebook            KCL

the tourists and their cameras       TW

waiting for Mount St. Helens to burp            TLG

An empty cookie jar              PW

her loverís photo               JR

remembered sunlight                TW

the sound of teardrops            PW

hanging on her ear           JR

whispering secrets         KCL

children read a picture book            Penny Crosby

Artists struck dumb by willows          Rose B. Ackerman

where the wind blows dreams         JR

toad hops down the hall         KCL

the street lights go out          CF

dancing in the puddles all night           JR

and then the walk home           Jean A. Jorgensen

lying in bed till noon, thinking ... Mary Wittry-Mason

mountains just hanging there         Eric Folsom

what in the mountain burns          John M. Bennett

her smoldering look         MWM

bonfire fizzles out again          George Ralph

so much for the "golden years"              Elizabeth St Jacques

the eternal present one more time            David Rice

have i had this dť jŤvu  before?        KCL

waking from the dream into a dream          GR

the sound of the earth.       TW

 

 

REDWOOD SHADOWS

Redwood shadows at riverís edge     Tundra Wind

Approaching autoís distant headlights      JF

Two white fangs of a bobcat     Jane Reichhold

The whimper of illuminated lovers          Terri Lee Grell

Running through the breeze           Celeste Fannin

Clinging to our silence           Larry Giddings

we worship the goddess         Ken C. Leibman

warm cushion in the blue moonlight            Bob Jessup

the smell of coffee boiling over         TW

morning news unheard in the den       Tom Bingham

scribbling feelings in my notebook         KCL

the tourists and their cameras           TW

waiting for Mount St. Helens to burp          TLG

An empty cookie jar          PW

her loverís photo          JR

remembered sunlight           TW

the sound of teardrops           PW

hanging on her ear               JR

whispering secrets           KCL

children read a picture book               Penny Crosby

Artists struck dumb by willows             Rose B. Ackerman

where the wind blows dreams          JR

toad hops down the hall          KCL

the street lights go out           CF

dancing in the puddles all night           JR

and then the walk home            Jean A. Jorgensen

lying in bed till noon, thinking ...          Mary Wittry-Mason

mountains just hanging there              Eric Folsom

wind blows up the valley            JR

and Marilyn's skirt          KCL

spinning circles another dream            Elizabeth St Jacques

walking through the door         TW

a Navajo rug on her wall           JAJ

on the beautiful path I walk          KCL

on the beautiful sky I walk.             TW

 

 

REDWOOD SHADOWS

Redwood shadows at riverís edge      Tundra Wind

Approaching autoís distant headlights        JF

Two white fangs of a bobcat         Jane Reichhold

The whimper of illuminated lovers            Terri Lee Grell

Running through the breeze          Celeste Fannin

Clinging to our silence     Larry Giddings

we worship the goddess             Ken C. Leibman

warm cushion in the blue moonlight           Bob Jessup

the smell of coffee boiling over            TW

morning news unheard in the den       Tom Bingham

scribbling feelings in my notebook         KCL

the tourists and their cameras          TW

waiting for Mount St. Helens to burp           TLG

An empty cookie jar           PW

her loverís photo              JR

remembered sunlight           TW

the sound of teardrops           PW

hanging on her ear         JR

whispering secrets            KCL

children read a picture book            Penny Crosby

Artists struck dumb by willows         Rose B. Ackerman

where the wind blows dreams   JR

toad hops down the hall         KCL

dancing in the puddles all night         JR

and then the walk home         Jean A. Jorgensen

lying in bed till noon, thinking ...          Mary Wittry-Mason

stop that insane laughter          JAJ

another day in the rubber room           JR

this retarded ejaculation            George Ralph

liquid dice at last            John M. Bennett

shooting craps           Steve McComas

the outhouse suddenly shakes           GR

privy council to the queen              Yvonne Hardenbrook

gays and bees on the go           GR

 

 

REDWOOD SHADOWS

Redwood shadows at riverís edge     Tundra Wind

Approaching autoís distant headlights    JF

Two white fangs of a bobcat         Jane Reichhold

The whimper of illuminated lovers       Terri Lee Grell

Running through the breeze       Celeste Fannin

Clinging to our silence        Larry Giddings

we worship the goddess          Ken C. Leibman

warm cushion in the blue moonlight         Bob Jessup

the smell of coffee boiling over       TW

morning news unheard in the den              Tom Bingham

scribbling feelings in my notebook      KCL

the tourists and their cameras            TW

waiting for Mount St. Helens to burp        TLG

An empty cookie jar          PW

her loverís photo             JR

remembered sunlight      TW

the sound of teardrops           PW

hanging on her ear            JR

whispering secrets           KCL

children read a picture book               Penny Crosby

Artists struck dumb by willows    Rose B. Ackerman

where the wind blows dreams            JR

toad hops down the hall             KCL

the street lights go out                 CF

dancing in the puddles all night              JR

and then the walk home              Jean A. Jorgensen

lying in bed till noon, thinking ...           Mary Wittry-Mason

what in the mountain burns             John M. Bennett

her smoldering look           MWM

bonfire fizzles out again            George Ralph

so much for the "golden years"          Elizabeth St Jacques

the eternal present one more time           David Rice

have i had this dť jŤvu before?           KCL

waking from the dream into a dream             GR

rainbows so much brighter than before.              Nasira

 

 

REDWOOD SHADOWS

Redwood shadows at riverís edge              Tundra Wind

Approaching autoís distant headlights           JF

Two white fangs of a bobcat          Jane Reichhold

The whimper of illuminated lovers             Terri Lee Grell

Running through the breeze             Celeste Fannin

Clinging to our silence          Larry Giddings

we worship the goddess           Ken C. Leibman

warm cushion in the blue moonlight           Bob Jessup

the smell of coffee boiling over         TW

morning news unheard in the den      Tom Bingham

scribbling feelings in my notebook         KCL

the tourists and their cameras     TW

waiting for Mount St. Helens to burp         TLG

An empty cookie jar         PW

her loverís photo         JR

remembered sunlight        TW

the sound of teardrops          PW

hanging on her ear           JR

whispering secrets          KCL

children read a picture book            Penny Crosby

Artists struck dumb by willows     Rose B. Ackerman

where the wind blows dreams        JR

toad hops down the hall         KCL

the street lights go out        CF

dancing in the puddles all night         JR

and then the walk home           Jean A. Jorgensen

lying in bed till noon, thinking ...        Mary Wittry-Mason

mountains just hanging there         Eric Folsom

wind blows up the valley          JR

and Marilyn's skirt           KCL

spinning circles another dream           Elizabeth St Jacques

walking through the door          TW

a Navajo rug on her wall            JAJ

the weaver's moon-shaped mouth        Werner Reichhold

swallowing whole  cloth of misery.               Madeline H. Hoffer

 

 

REDWOOD SHADOWS

Redwood shadows at riverís edge       Tundra Wind

Approaching autoís distant headlights             JF

Two white fangs of a bobcat            Jane Reichhold

The whimper of illuminated lovers      Terri Lee Grell

Running through the breeze          Celeste Fannin

Clinging to our silence           Larry Giddings

we worship the goddess        Ken C. Leibman

warm cushion in the blue moonlight           Bob Jessup

the smell of coffee boiling over         TW

morning news unheard in the den       Tom Bingham

scribbling feelings in my notebook            KCL

the tourists and their cameras           TW

waiting for Mount St. Helens to burp             TLG

An empty cookie jar           PW

her loverís photo             JR

remembered sunlight            TW

the sound of teardrops               PW

hanging on her ear         JR

whispering secrets          KCL

children read a picture book            Penny Crosby

Artists struck dumb by willows        Rose B. Ackerman

where the wind blows dreams           JR

toad hops down the hall       KCL

the street lights go out            CF

dancing in the puddles all night          JR

and then the walk home          Jean A. Jorgensen

lying in bed till noon, thinking ...          Mary Wittry-Mason

mountains just hanging there        Eric Folsom

wind blows up the valley          JR

and Marilyn's skirt         KCL

spinning circles another dream      Elizabeth St Jacques

walking through the door         TW

a Navajo rug on her wall       JAJ

the weaver's moon-shaped mouth          Werner Reichhold

her lunar song in the trees.                     Steve McComas

 

 

REDWOOD SHADOWS

Redwood shadows at riverís edge           Tundra Wind

Approaching autoís distant headlights              JF

Two white fangs of a bobcat          Jane Reichhold

The whimper of illuminated lovers          Terri Lee Grell

Running through the breeze        Celeste Fannin

Clinging to our silence              Larry Giddings

we worship the goddess         Ken C. Leibman

warm cushion in the blue moonlight            Bob Jessup

the smell of coffee boiling over             TW

morning news unheard in the den              Tom Bingham

scribbling feelings in my notebook             KCL

the tourists and their cameras             TW

waiting for Mount St. Helens to burp            TLG

An empty cookie jar            PW

her loverís photo          JR

remembered sunlight          TW

the sound of teardrops            PW

hanging on her ear            JR

whispering secrets            KCL

children read a picture book              Penny Crosby

Artists struck dumb by willows        Rose B. Ackerman

where the wind blows dreams             JR

toad hops down the hall           KCL

the street lights go out               CF

dancing in the puddles all night              JR

and then the walk home         Jean A. Jorgensen

lying in bed till noon, thinking ...          Mary Wittry-Mason

mountains just hanging there          Eric Folsom

wind blows up the valley              JR

and Marilyn's skirt          KCL

spinning circles another dream          Elizabeth St Jacques

walking through the door       TW

a Navajo rug on her wall          JAJ

it seems a crime to           JR

let it ring unanswered           Robert Flannery

 

 

REDWOOD SHADOWS

Redwood shadows at riverís edge            Tundra Wind

Approaching autoís distant headlights        JF

Two white fangs of a bobcat        Jane Reichhold

The whimper of illuminated lovers       Terri Lee Grell

Running through the breeze      Celeste Fannin

Clinging to our silence        Larry Giddings

we worship the goddess     Ken C. Leibman

warm cushion in the blue moonlight      Bob Jessup

the smell of coffee boiling over    TW

morning news unheard in the den        Tom Bingham

scribbling feelings in my notebook           KCL

the tourists and their cameras          TW

waiting for Mount St. Helens to burp          TLG

An empty cookie jar        PW

her loverís photo           JR

remembered sunlight         TW

the sound of teardrops PW

hanging on her ear              JR

whispering secrets            KCL

children read a picture book         Penny Crosby

Artists struck dumb by willows        Rose B. Ackerman

where the wind blows dreams           JR

toad hops down the hall          KCL

the street lights go out            CF

dancing in the puddles all night           JR

and then the walk home           Jean A. Jorgensen

lying in bed till noon, thinking ...            Mary Wittry-Mason

mountains just hanging there            Eric Folsom

wind blows up the valley           JR

and Marilyn's skirt              KCL

spinning circles another dream           Elizabeth St Jacques

a Navajo rug on her wall           JAJ

it seems a crime to           JR

end this journey.               TW

 

 

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