Monthly Archives: March 2016

Blossoms at the shrine

Blossoms at the shrine People throng to the special tree May the war dead rest (Full story at: https://ashiakira.wordpress.com/story-poems-2/cherry-blossoms/)

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Nearly hit cop’s head

Nearly hit cop’s head A crow swooped over crossroads Pedestrians smiled

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Small dandelions

Small dandelions Squeezing out the sidewalk cracks Their life never cease

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So many flowers

So many flowers I never know the names of They don’t seem to care

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City park crowded

City park crowded Lunch hour for office workers Flowers listen to talks

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A lone cherry tree

A lone cherry tree In full bloom one is enough In the city park

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Old magnolia tree

Old magnolia tree Grew with me in the playground Towers over me

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Time goes back and forth

Time goes back and forth Warm and cold winds alternate Teasing flower buds

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Cherry buds pinkish

Cherry buds pinkish Ready to burst in blossoms At one more spring blow

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Chilly spring morning

Chilly spring morning Against my expectation Cherry buds agree

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