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Kowit’s Korner
SHJ Issue 17
Fall 2017

[Two Haiku]

by venus pax

a poet’s sun set 
one red feather in the breeze 
spirit of winter


—Poem previously published under the Comments for Last Will by Steve Kowit in San Diego Free Press (April 2015); appears here with the poet’s permission


Steve Kowit, photographed by venus pax

Steve Kowit

Copyright © by venus pax. All rights reserved.



sidewinding spring wind
ruffles joshua tree fringe
one indigo bloom


—Poem previously published “on the side of my house” (as venus pax wrote to our webmaster, Clare MacQueen); appears here with poet’s permission


SHJ Issue 17
Fall 2017

venus pax

misses steve kowit.

self-portrait of venus pax

Copyright © by venus pax. All rights reserved.
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