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  • Wintergreen Falls
  • Rebecca Lilly (bio)

   Its leaf coat dragging,Its satchel full of dusk, wind   Settles on cliff rocks              *   Reflected offshoreClouds touch down on the mountains   Becoming formless              *   Boulders etched with moss;Froth bubbles on shadowed falls;   Crows float from pine tops              *   Stream froth; on rocks,Autumn's offering of leaves—   The Moon Man bowing              *   The water's being shouldBe ours; letting sun and woods   Flow through, briefly seen [End Page 270]

Rebecca Lilly

Rebecca Lilly Rebecca Lilly holds degrees from Cornell (M.F.A.) and Princeton (Ph.D.) Universities. She has published several collections of poems, most recently two gift books of haiku and art: one on butterflies, A Prism of Wings (Antrim House, 2013) and a companion volume on wildflowers, Light's Resevoir (Antrim House, 2013). Other collections of haiku include Yesterday's Footprints (Red Moon Press, 2012) and Shadwell Hills (Birch Brook Press, 2002). Her haiku have appeared in several anthologies, most recently in Haiku in English: The First Hundred Years (W. W. Norton, 2013). Her author's website is;



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