Every Thanksgiving I head north to visit my mother in the town I grew up in. Like the town, she’s thin and failing. This will be the last time.
I miss my turn—
the century oak now gone.
[from STONE FROG, American Haibun & Haiga, Vol. 2, edited by Jim Kacian & Bruce Ross, Red Moon Press, PO Box 2461, Winchester, VA, 22604-1661 USA, www.redmoonpress.com] Editor’s Note: If your shelf of Eastern writing is devoid of books by Red Moon Press– an emptiness to be filled by light. —Norbert Blei
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