Author Aidan Castle—the immediacy of one-line haiku: Commentaries on his "whales breaching the inside of a wish"
Marion Clarke —the heartbeat: commentaries (and discussion) of one of TEN SLOPPY HAIKU OF ORDINARY LIFE by Bruce Cohen
Joshua Gage—tapping into a long poetic history: commentaries on "rainy day -/only one umbrella stops/by the forsythia" by Tomislav Maretic
Chloe Chan — imagery with a darker meaning: commentaries on "distant horizon/a dragon cloud watches/over the mountains" by Adjei Agyei-Baah
Ann Smith — turning the page over: commentaries on "lying face-down/in frozen-slushy-muck/an old love poem" by Connie Pittman-Ramsey
Peter C. Forster — insert your own shiver: commentaries on "dawn walk / my daily shiver / at the dip in the road" by Cynthia Anderson
Ashoka Weerakkody — an inspiring headline: commentaries on the reversed vertical poem: "roof of the world no room to brea th e" by Roland Packer.
Sheila Barksdale — if it works... commentaries on "singing bowl/the room swept clean/of sorrow" by Sally Biggar
Jonathan Epstein — the singular harmony of a shared meal. Commentaries on "pumpkin soup/the family's oneness/in slurps" by Aparna Pathak
Chloe Chan — look closer and find something special: commentaries on "on the tip/of the bird's beak/a drop of rainbow" by Earl Livings
Dan Campbell — missing the magnificent magnolia: commentaries on: "the magnolia / wasn't ours, but its absence / is" by Patricia J. Machmuller.
Sébastien Revon — emotion vs intellect: commentaries on "bonsai / the way we shape / one another" by Alvin Cruz
Harrison Lightwater—genial and bittersweet: commentaries on "near-miss asteroid/sometimes I wish/it wouldn't miss" by Tracy Davidson
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
Dan Campbell—an invisible force: commentaries on "about the wind / three windmills agree" by Marie-Thérèse Taylor
Ruth Happel — a haunting poem: commentaries on "they have/ a list of demands/redwoods" by Cherie Hunter Day.
Scott Metz — more than an easy reading... Commentaries on his poem "the sound of the earth..." (which doesn't format well in a single line of UTF).
Beata Czeszejko — freedom is the big theme: commentaries on "old age home/the sudden urge/to climb a tree" by John Pappas