Spring 2017 Issue

Skipping Stones 

Vol. 29, No. 2                                      April – June 2017                           ISSN: 0899-529X 

Global Perspectives • Asian Cultures • Nature & Wildlife

  •  5 The Little Boy

  •  7 Beauty Behind the Madness  •  Love Will Always Overrule Hate

  •  8 A New Baha’i Temple in South America

  •  9  Suraiya, a Citizen of the World  •  I Will Always Be Muslim

  • 10  From Aleppo, Syria

  • 12  For Who I Am  •  Metanoia  •  In My Pocket

  • 13  Painted Sky  •  Stop Offshore Drilling  •  Nature’s Color Wheel  •  Willow

  • 14  The Places I Would Go

  • 15  Korean Americans in the U.S.  •  Tiger and the Dried Persimmons

  • 16  A Korean Friend

  • 17  A Good Little Girl

  • 18 Youth Artist Karen Ahn  •  Rememory

  • 19 Memoir of the Terracotta Warrior

  • 20 Hong  Kong’s  MacLehose  Trail  •  Sky Blue

  • 21 Black Lives Matter

  • 23 You Don’t Even Know Me  •  Where I’m From

  • 25 The Walk to Water: A Two-Voice Poem 

  • 26 Dame Todo: Give Me Everything  •  Nature Poem  •  Broken Debris  •  Peace

  • 27 My Puerto Rican Culture

  • 30 St. Croix, the Paradise in the Caribbean 

  • 32 The Children’s Crusade for Peace & Justice in Honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

  • 34 The Imperial Palace GardenMy Visit to Japan

Regular Departments

  • Cover    “In the Olympic National Park, Washington.” Photo by Paul Dix, Montana.

  •  3  From the Editor

  •  6  What’s On Your Mind?

  • 19  Cultural Collage

  • 22  Nana Jean: Seeing Humanity in Everyone

  • 24  Poetry Page:  A Real Piece of Beauty  •  The Leaf  •  Where I’m From  •  Dinner

  • 28  Skipping Stones Stew: Poems by Hawaiian Students  •  Dandelion Minefield

  • 31  Noteworthy N.E.W.S.

  • 33  BookShelf

  • 36  Back Cover: Mammals of the Northern Rockies, U.S.A.

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