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Olivier Schopfer’s poem “sunlight on a crow’s wings” closed out another issue of TINYWORDS. Now is your chance. The submission window…
Submissions for TINYWORDS 19.2 and a Writing Prompt



sunlight on a crow’s wings end of summer…



the fragrance of pencil shavings September rain…



World Series the crickets singing for both teams…



summer ends the street vendor’s face visible beneath balloons…



no wind in the wheat autumn equinox…



an eagle shadows a wheat field’s yellow whisper…



Blue air whispers smoke restless ghosts of summer.…



dusk crawls across the field crickets…



wiping sand from the broken conch . . . summer’s end…



beach roses getting changed under a towel…



Autumn afternoon we keep our distance in dappled light talking about the life we haven’t shared…



wild orchid clinging to the bark our carved heart…



cricket songs all of them oldies…



mid-July the wheat field quivers before thunder…



anniversary of Apollo 11– losing the remote (Jack Stamm Award, Finalist, 2004)…



redwood time . . .the steady journeyfrom earth to sky https://www.makinostudios.com/gallery…



bean harvest a snail’s tentacle touching sky …



late winter cough the crack in the souffle’…



falling snow – the memories I choose to keep…