Monthly Archives: September 2015

A way to a war

A way to a war Misled act to take for peace Crows join street demos (Please read: https://ashiakira.wordpress.com/story-poems-2/dictatorship-coming-back/)

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Dictatorship again

Dictatorship again Security bills rammed through Unseasonable cold rain (Please read: https://ashiakira.wordpress.com/story-poems-2/dictatorship-coming-back/)

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Persimmon leaves browned

Persimmon leaves browned Full of red fruit when they fall Now small green and wait

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Unbutton the shirt

Unbutton the shirt To let in the autumn breeze With the scentless scent

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Not too warm or cold

Not too warm or cold The blessing between seasons Leaves shake like laughing

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Autumn dragonflies

Autumn dragonflies Inspecting the rain damage To the lotus pond

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Bell crickets are back

Bell crickets are back Where have they been sheltering From that violent rain?

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Cool air and blue sky

Cool air and blue sky As if nothing had happened After the floods of rains

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Trees look lush and strong

Trees look lush and strong Not affected by the deluge That lasted for days

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A crow flies alone

A crow flies alone Between the downtown buildings Sunset down the road

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