The immigrants come, weary, uncertain of their welcome
people make room for them
the immigrants’ culture infuses their own with new spice.
[Bio] Daniel Ausema’s a stay-at-home dad whose stories and poems have appeared in many places. Find him at http://danielausema.blogspot.com/ .
She wakes to the gentle vibration of the roof changing angle to catch the sun, to the smell of hands-free cappuccino, to a doable Monday.
Avatar children gliding like thistle in the electron sky. A garden replenished by their light hands.
[Bio] Deborah Walker thinks: least said, soonest mended.
Don Quixote settled beside me on the verdant green and stared down the turbines: powerful, energetic. “Even giants are good for something.”
[Bio] J. inputs data by day and rocks AbiWord by night. She digs linguistics, design, and illustration. Mailto here: http://alturl.com/bejd .