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Copyright (c) 2012 Fred Wolven
All rights revert back to each poet.
--editor / Southeastern Florida


Fred Wolven, editor

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The best dreams wake us
into wonder, what's inside.

We rise, tousled by
an inner wind, and begin

braiding what came before
into what may come this day.

Our hands, trusting
the mapless way, reach

back across the hours
into a mystery: who

remembered this dream
while we were sleep

and told us about it at dawn?
All the while our beauty is

being added to the world,
visible and invisible strands--

crossings without borders--
at home in our hands.


Jennifer Burd,
Ypsilanti, Michigan
Laszlo Slomovits, Ann Arbor


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