Monthly Archives: March 2016

Along the sidewalk

This picture was sent to me by Monica, my granddaughter, after she read this haiku poem of mine. This is exactly how I saw them along the sidewalk in Tokyo, and I wonder how she took the photo of it … Continue reading

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Undulant park lawn

Undulant park lawn Hills and valleys for toddlers Driving grasshoppers

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Pink but losing it

Pink but losing it Cluster of camellias Giving way to spring

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A sign of war looms

A sign of war looms May the sunset in peace last Protestors demand (Story at: https://ashiakira.wordpress.com/story-poems-2/japan-what-are-you-doing/)

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Flowers dominate

Flowers dominate Backstreet sidewalk so narrow People’s walk unsteady

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Grow dandelions

Grow dandelions The world is for all flowers Spring sun knows no kinds

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Small nameless flowers

Small nameless flowers On the ground just as beautiful As blossoms above

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