separations by Lynne Jambor


The aluminum wall on the International Space Station is 1/10 of an inch thick.
a thoughtful child
examines the new boundary
classroom walls 
The latest iteration of Plant Habitat 4 raises the stakes on growing vegetables experimentally.
something to chew
with the usual mush
hatch chilies 
The location right now 20.91O North and 21.95 O West heading toward the West African Coast task list.
our pale blue dot
just rotates
I stand here and
search the night sky 

I am trying to envision a wall between inside and outside; a wall between throwing a seed in the ground and growing one in an artificial environment. Break down a wall between simple and complex; and a wall between imagination and reality. All of which could be expressed in better and different ways. I think I will spend the rest of my life scaling walls.

Lynne Jambor

separations is a haibun by Lynne Jambor

Added notes:


Episode 1 - Part 1 - Wall Thickness, The Unexpected, The Schedule, Getting Away


The haiku "a thoughtful child" is long-listed for
The Haiku Reader 2022 anthology: