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Haiku 02 – Masaoki Shiki

the tree cut, dawn breaks early at my little window    Advertisements

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Haiku 01 – Masaoki Shiki

In the coolness of the empty sixth-month sky… the cuckoo’s cry. 

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Stormy Weather – Allen Steble

The storm rolls over Tormenting the earth below Showering relief

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Landscape – Paul Celan

tall poplars — human beings of this earth! black pounds of happiness — you mirror them to death! I saw you, sister, stand in that effulgence.

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Poem – Self-Pity

I never saw a wild thing sorry for itself. A small bird will drop frozen dead from a bough without ever having felt sorry for itself.  

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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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Where Without Whom – Octavio Paz

There is not A single soul among the trees And I Don’t know where I’ve gone.  

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