Ann Smith: set free — comments on "a heron’s flight/in my/self-propelled wheelchair" by Goran Lowrie
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
Sushama Kapur: classic horror - commentaries on "the scream it owns just before it" by John Hawkhead
Amoolya Kamalnath — the wealth packed into a simple ku: commentaries on "garden party/the brief appearance/of butterflies" by Bryan Rickert
Melanie Alberts — a haiku that's not too enigmatic
Amanda White — a deeply relatable haiku
Sébastien Revon - a surrealist poem of longing and awe — commentary on Peter Yovu's poem "sunrise darkens the face I dream with"
Barbara Sabol - connecting a natural event with personal emotion
Patricia McGuire - a journey to the other side of the haiku
Ann Smith - looking at the moon
Melanie Alberts - a time to say goodbye
Sushama Kapur - with flying colours
Peggy Bilbro's imagination is inspired
Sushama Kapur is caught in a moment.
Keith Evetts is engaged by contrast.
Peggy Bilbro looks beyond the surface.
Joshua Gage enters the synesthesia.
Nick T ponders the possible circumstances.
Keith Evetts explains universal images.