~August 2002 ~ 
  Volume 14

Introducing our guest poet for August, Isis Runnels hits a home run with her
Grafitti Artist
by Isis Runnels


Isis leads us to a nether world of memory with
by Isis Runnels



Isis writes of her sister with love and pain.
by Isis Runnels



by Sharmagne Leland-St. John


The title says it all in this poignant piece from the pen of
Eddy Robey.
For the Miners
by Eddy Robey



Chris lets us feel the sweetness of love possession.
by Chris Ingham



Our Love Poet Returns with
How is everything?
by Marc Power



First-time contributor Thomas Dean Kellogg weighs in with
Tus Ojos (Your Eyes)
By Thomas Dean Kellogg



Hymn to the soul of woman
Our Outrageousness
by Deborah Russell



A potpouri of haiku
Early Morning Haiku
by Quiet Sea Gull, Sharmagne Leland-St. John and Deborah Russell



Thus far we have received only one submission for the July/August Challenge.
It is not too late to send them in for publication in the September issue.

4th of July
by Sharmagne Leland-St. John



It is always nice when a dish can be a conversation piece.
Cold Sour-Cherry Soup
From the kitchen of Eddy Robey



We always seem to have more zucchini than we know what to do with in our
kitchen garden at "Treetops."    This is a delicious chilled soup to beat the
summer heat as well as to break the monotony of zucchini every meal!
Chilled Lemon Soup with Orzo and Zucchini
From the kitchen of Sharmagne Leland-St. John

Graphic by Sara Wadington

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