Originally posted on hedgerow: a journal of small poems:

welcome to the first issue of november! for this month only hedgerow will feature artwork by 1-3 different artists each week. if you would like to have your work considered please send around ten pieces (hedgerowsubmission@gmail.com). in the meantime, the art in this issue comes from the editor’s archive… enjoy!

with love & kindness…

caroline skanne, editor

yellow warbler’s trill —
the spaces between
fallen leaves


the whisk
of a salamander’s tail —
crescent moon

Theresa A. Cancro (Wilmington, Delaware, USA) enjoys observing nature, writing poems and short fiction, especially the challenge of haiku and related short-form poetry.

on YouTube
a loom’s tremolo
her paws edge closer

Madhuri Pillai has been writing haiku on and off for some years. However, it’s only after her second brush with cancer she has taken it up seriously. She has worked as a journalist. She is primarily interested in animal issues, she lives…

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