Category Archives: Tricia Knoll

Free Verse by Tricia Knoll

The Witness of Rings   Each stump tells a story. Years build up and out, fat, lean, dry or green, a few under attack.   Draw the rings of your heartwood. Color the circles in a hue that soothes you. … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: Sept. 15, 2016

braided moon prints in the north woods night the stillness of deer      by Tricia Knoll Frogpond, Spring 2014, Vol. 36. 3    

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Daily Haiku: Aug. 9, 2016

a coyote howl this dark night the sleep of spiders      by Tricia Knoll A Hundred Gourds, Fall 2013    

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