Monthly Archives: June 2012

Stretch to heart’s content

Stretch to heart’s content A new day starts with drizzling Birds sing as usual

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Birds chirping somewhere

Birds chirping somewhere People talking somewhere away All somewhere I’m here

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The tall lone pine tree

The tall lone pine tree That withstood the tsunami Lost life but still stands

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Diagonal fall of sleet

Diagonal fall of sleet On the bulging plum blossoms Spring fighting its way

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Why so cold this year

Why so cold this year Even birds are out of nests late Leaves curling frosted

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Time for bush warblers

Time for bush warblers To come down to the town park Plum blossoms waiting

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Joyful trills of sparrows

Joyful trills of sparrows Spring sunlight through winter’s air The world is alive

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Plum blossoms blooming

Plum blossoms blooming They have their schedules to keep Petals may fly with snow

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In the room alone

In the room alone Tranquility of snowfall Warm tea so friendly

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Cold night the stars bright

Cold night the stars bright Icy sidewalk slippery Yet want to walk on

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