We dedicate this issue to poet Maya Angelou
April 4,1928~May 28, 2014


Sierra Nevada From Coach

"He named the wildflowers"
My father was a baritone:
by Katy Brown

"A torn scrap of mist"
Orion's Daughter
by Katy Brown

"He spoke to me in starlight"
Orion's Daughter II
by Katy Brown

Foggy Landing

"We follow the others up the hill"
by Mary Langer Thompson

"The sun's rays, forming a trinity of light"
Heavenly Fathers
by Mary Langer Thompson

"Into the morning silence"
by Kay Weeks

"I watch Dad's closed eyelids flutter like wings"
Angel Flying Too Close To The Ground
by Mary Jo Balistreri

"Her warrior spirit howling"
"She Tore"
by Cindy M. Hutchings

"Rattling the pages of your newspaper"
With the Koi
by Martina Reisz Newberry

"He craved a fenced-in yard"
by David D. Horowitz

A range of shadows Grand Canyon

4 Tanka
by Diane Dehler

Gallinule Dance

Memorial Day
by Mary Jo Balistreri

Lenticular Clouds Over Mount Baker

A Vertical Mile
by Richard Wakefield
Reviewed by David D. Horowitz


Little Eagle Press proudly presents
small talk
by Bruce Dethlefsen

Padilla Bay

A great combination of three of Dad's favourite breakfasts
Monte Cristo Benedict
from the kitchen of Sharmagne Leland-St. John

A sweet, savory, smoky spread 
that's irresistible on a biscuit, on toast or a hamburger bun.
Bacon Jam 
from the kitchen of Sharmagne Leland-St. John

Tricolor Preening

Jerry Eisner

Editor's Note:
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Photo of Maya Angelou courtesy of The White House via Wikipedia.

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