Wind Chimes

New England Letters is run by Wanda Cook, the northeast regional coordinator for the Haiku Society of America. In this month’s issue, Marita Gargiulo from Connecticut recognized my poem and one by Edward J. Rielly (author of Answers Instead by Encircle Publications) as poems she particularly enjoyed from NEL #79:

” Both are very nicely done . . . they entice us to conjure up of memory of sound which enhances the silence. Thanks.”

Thanks, Marita!

Below is that poem. Before sending it to NEL, I had spent a weekend at my aunts’ in Cranston, RI. They have the best wind chimes:

nor’easter
wind chimes knot
the silence

Tom Sacramona

 

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