The findings are inconclusive, but it appears that the Haurans kept
their ancient gods in urns. Since no accurate records exist, speculate
with caution.

the suggestion
of a stairway

Since the measure of a culture is often in its system of exchange,
several specialists are attempting to determine how workers were paid
for their labor.

planetary alignment
the pitted hull
of a starslip

# # #

Boortean Archaeological Findings From Haura IX, Section 411-3B (a haibun) by Terrie Leigh Relf
originally published August 14, 2009



Terrie Leigh Relf lives in Ocean Beach, which is in San Diego, CA. She is on staff at Sam's Dot Publishing, where she edits Hungur Magazine and The Drabble. Recent releases include Blood Journey, a vampire novel co-authored with Henry Lewis Sanders; The Poet's Workshop--And Beyond; and two poetry collections, Jupiter's Eye and My Friend, The Poet, and Other Poems About People She Thinks She Knows.

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