A rose has sprung / as ancients sung / from Jesse's root / a tender shoot ... begins "Prince of Peace" by Murray Alfredson
Miniatures - haiku by the poet, Murray Alfredson.
"When you get old / you leave everything behind - / present tense past tense," writes poet Michael Lee Johnson, in the first of two poems --"When You Get Old" and "Painted Cat."
"More than the moon and the stars when I dream..." writes Christina Rompon in her poem "My True Love," with words like the lyrics of the jazz that plays in her heart.
"Spring has sprung yellow..." in The Jasmine and Gerber Daisy, two poems from Danny P. Barbare.
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