marlene mountain
one-line linked haiku

[mm links w/sheila windsor]

one-line linked haiku 1   6/6/6/6/6/6 pattern   july 15-21 2004

with sticks and dogs

the old mossy bridge older tomorrow
rooted in the land circles of rusting art
no channel on gardening repeated ads and news
billions & billions of dollars and counting dubya told it's hundreds
day after day world sex trade what does the little girl get in return
'weapons of mass destruction' no arms in the armless soldier
reflected in the pond is my image still there
around cucumber plants wormy rotting hay
a lizard erodes up the eroding cliff
treason falls from a senator's lips those two liars above us all
malescholarshit includes arkeology manthology masterfragment
corruption america israel palestine who's religious now or ever
mother nature's gullywash 'my' rocks to her creek
mist in the valley though 'nothing special' it is
bit by bit the daylily drop-off
a god's armageddon the neocons would die to make it happen now
on the horizon in a white hat on a white horse a haiku inspector
1st moon walk celebration i close my mind before i can open my eyes

21m words from 'shetrillogy'
31m short for neo-conservatives

Lynx october 2004


one-line linked haiku 2  9/18/9 pattern    july 22-31 2004

who's reading this

who's reading this poem is haiku a watch-word for spooks
the owl sculpture/eye 'shevinity' a big part of home life
'9/11 commission' the spin begins by 'wrongwinger' nit-wits
thunder rolls in with a bit of rain unrolls out to a quieter place
beneath the pond's surface the better part of the newt
tennis men pajama-looking women half-naked
i need a 'bubble head' to match the rest
a wren sings as if ok is better than ok
that moon talk a stop for gas/food/lodging
chain-link fence w/barbed-wire for the protesters
for the hummers a watermelon rind the crows
nothing to say pundits trash the next first woman
my way of learning the journey of unlearning
old springbox stuff in it that ought not to be
if an election of erections rewins i'm heading out for for for
on their own to suck down their own leaves purple irises
heaviness in the air full on trees and cicada shells
wrapped in the flag 'their' rights family values & stem cells

18m a cage on the grounds of the democratic convention
in boston/america not gitmo/cuba

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