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*Haiku Contest #6: First and Second Place*

First place: "a clear winter night" (first line)
by Madelaine Caritas Longman

Second place:
"Words cast into stones" (first line)
by Catherine A. MacKenzie
Published November 18, 2015

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a clear winter night
colored lights drift towards cosmos
carried on my breath


by
Madelaine Caritas Longman. (First Place)
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Words cast into stones
Thrown in haste against the flesh
Form hidden bruises


by
Catherine A. MacKenzie. (Second Place)

Biographies
Madelaine Caritas Longman was born in Swift Current, Saskatchewan. She
currently lives in Calgary, Alberta. She writes poetry and prose.

Catherine A. MacKenzie writes all genres but mostly dark fiction women can
relate to—stories perhaps bizarre, yet ominously real. A published author,
she's also self-published several poetry and short story collections on
Amazon and Smashwords. Cathy lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and winters
in Ajijic, Mexico.  Website:
www.writingwicket.wordpress.com.