Letters to the Editor

Poem: A Quartet of Alaska Haiku

A wild lonesomeness

echoes off Reflection Lake

red-necked grebes calling.


In the heart of June

I could marry Alaska,

divorce in winter.


Three ravens on snow

a study in black and white

by unknown artist.


A tiny cloud floats

in the late October air,

the breath of a moose.

Aileen Holthaus

Anchorage

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