Ann Smith — turning the page over: commentaries on "lying face-down/in frozen-slushy-muck/an old love poem" by Connie Pittman-Ramsey
Maurice Nevile: enlisting the reader. Commentaries on "traffic jam / my small son asks / who made God" by Peggy Willis Lyles
Ann Smith and AI friend — nature and technology converge: commentaries on "rain drops / playing chopin / the AI" by Helga Stania
Peter C. Forster — haiku, but not as we know it, Jim: commentaries on " shaving/above the ear/to fly better” by Barbara Anna Gaiardoni
Jonathan Epstein — charm and intimacy: comments on "front row seats/the long eyelashes/of circus elephants" by Valentina Ranaldi-Adams
Ann Smith — not as old as the sky: commentaries on "beam by beam/the old barn taken down/to sky" by Peter Newton
Beata Czeszejko — everything is possible, even rebellion: commentaries on "helping/to cook the dinner/Bob Dylan" by Helene Guojah.
Jonathan Epstein — nothing is ordinary: comments on "old coat/closer and closer/to my dad" by Sébastien Revon
Jennifer Gurney — a watershed experience! Commentaries on "merely a lake/flowing into a lake/Niagara Falls" by Maxianne Berger.
Ann Smith: set free — comments on "a heron’s flight/in my/self-propelled wheelchair" by Goran Lowrie
Harrison Lightwater — natural and subtle with plenty of space. Commentaries on "Six-thousand-mile flight/I wake with my head on/a stranger’s shoulder" by Jenny Shepherd
Amoolya Kamalnath - a lot to learn from redwood trees: commentaries on Robin Smith's "at/ the/ base/ of/ a/ redwood/ lessons/ on/ perspective "
Sébastien Revon — the essence of beginnings: commentaries on "Today/our story starts/with cherry blossoms." by Chloe Chan
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"
Amoolya Kamalnath — a playfully poignant ku: Elancharan Gunasekaran's "dusk / tipping dinosaurs / off the edge of the sofa"
Ann Smith — a little bird told me…
Matt Cariello — deducing a negative charge against a man's behaviour
Amoolya Kamalnath - a soulful senryu: commentaries on Eleonore Nickolay's poem "All Soul's Day/my cake never as good/as hers"
Marion Clarke - our lessening grip of control... Commentaries on John Stevenson's haiku: in the beginning/he was just pretending/to sound grumpy