"The mowed wheat field crunches beneath our boots"
Chopping Wood With My Father
by  Carole Bugge



"Speak of truth, and love, and duty"
Drop A Line of Poetry
by Aurora Antonovic




"You’ve become a bad habit"
by Aurora Antonovic



"Like slender maidens"
In the Alder Grove
by Sharmagne Leland- St. John




"Let the earth receive me as her own" 
And Let the Rain Fall Down
by Monica Ellen Smith




"Obliquely caught in a sliver of light"
Wishing and Hoping and Praying

by Christopher Ingham




"She was born reed strong"
Ella Sang
by Larry Jaffe


by Charles P. Ries,
Review by: Kris Rued-Clark




Have You Thought Of Leonard Peltier Lately?
By Harvey Arden; compiled and edited by George Bowe Blitch,
HYT Publishing, 2004
Reviewed by: Evert Hoogers



This luncheon dish creates a beautiful centerpiece and a delicious way to utilise all those dyed eggs.
Easter Egg Salad Mold

from the kitchen of Sharmagne Leland-St. John


Nothing heralds the end of winter more than spring lamb.  This easy to make dish is perfect for Easter luncheon.
Tangerine Lamb Roast
from the kitchen of Sharmagne Leland-St. John



A zesty, lemony treat to compliment Easter Sunday Luncheon or served with tea anytime
Lemon Squares
from the kitchen of Sharmagne Leland St. John

Graphics by Sara Wadington

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