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UK Poet Dave Whippman

Tanka Buildings fall, streets flood: An aerial view of distress. Most suffering, though, has no image. It takes its victims unseen; Does not recede like water. Dave Whippman is a UK poet and prose writer. He lives in the north of England. ________________________________________ Thanks for reading Poets for Tsunami Relief. Please consider a donation to…

Poet Alan Summers

Gendai haiku first quarter moon dancing pinheads burst into new angel DNA email to Canada The moon is in its first quarter this Japan morning the day after Tanka the long night and longer day even our broken moon over the biggest wave separates our love Alan Summers is a Japan Times award-winning writer for…

Poet Tony Lewis-Jones

Tanka 11.03.11 God be kind to Japan this time. May the waters recede and our friends have peace. Tony Lewis-Jones is a poet and editor who lives in Bristol, UK. Thanks for reading Poets for Tsunami Relief. Please consider a donation to The Red Cross. In Canada, go to: http://www.redcross.ca/article.asp?id=000043&tid=016 In the UK, go to:…