Category Archives: Japanese Poets

Poem – My Love

itty-bitty, teensy-weensy, teeny-tiny, itsy-bitsy. that’s how my love has been, always. itty-bitty, teensy-weensy, teeny-tiny, itsy-bitsy. Advertisements

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Poem – Funeral

men in black, women also. I’ve seen them a couple of times since I was a kid, and some more till I die.

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Poem – Winter Garden

Winter garden The moon thinned to a thread Insects singing

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Poem – Wrapping Dumplings 

Wrapping dumplings in Bamboo leaves, with one finger She tides her hair

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Poem – Wrapping The Rice Cakes

Wrapping the rice cakes With one hand  She fingers back her hair

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Poem – What Fish Feel

What fish feel Birds feel, I don’t know The year ending

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Poem – Year’s End

Year’s end, all Comers of this Floating world, swept

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