Rupa Anand — a deep dissatisfaction and disconnect with nature: commentaries on "wasteland/the contentment/of the herd" by Eva Limbach
Amanda White — mourning the child now grown: commentaries on "bookmark/where my son/grew too old" by Chad Lee Robinson.
Sébastien Revon — the essence of beginnings: commentaries on "Today/our story starts/with cherry blossoms." by Chloe Chan
Harrison Lightwater: flowers come out?.. commentaries on "chrysanthemums trying on my wife's kimono" by Jacob Blumner
Sushama Kapur: classic horror - commentaries on "the scream it owns just before it" by John Hawkhead
Amoolya Kamalnath - something large, something small: commentaries on "uploading to the cloud dandelions" by Marilyn Ashbaugh
Sébastien Revon - accepting, embracing, our light and darkness: commentaries on "i am i am not the darkness between subway stations" by Frank Dietrich
Marcie Wessels — stronger through our connections with others: commentary on Ella Aboutboul's "butterfly knot / each of us / a wing"
Alan Summers — a single line delivers its own pace and tension… Commentaries on "tiger bones steeped in rice wine my sanity" by Corine Timmer
Amoolya Kamalnath — the wealth packed into a simple ku: commentaries on "garden party/the brief appearance/of butterflies" by Bryan Rickert
Wendy Mader — making a difference: commentaries on Marian Olson's haiku "the world having become / what it is / I plant a few bulbs"
Gloria Whitney — the freedom to value ourselves and others: Annette Makino's "heirloom tomato / finally comfortable / in my own skin"
Rupa Anand - unstated yet vivid sensory scope: commentaries on Brad Bennett's "sugar season/a boy with his ear/to the bucket"
Amoolya Kamalnath — a playfully poignant ku: Elancharan Gunasekaran's "dusk / tipping dinosaurs / off the edge of the sofa"
Sushama Kapur — a poignant "if..." Comments on a haiku by Bruce Kennedy.
Matt Cariello - embracing multiple readings simultaneously
Mariel Herbert — a poem immense in scope
Melanie Alberts — a haiku that's not too enigmatic
Amanda White — a deeply relatable haiku
Amoolya Kamalnath — a haiku with mystery