Monthly Archives: August 2016

Lilies in the dark

Lilies in the dark A memory still floats up Fleeing from air raids

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Not a bird but leaf

Not a bird but leaf Flew crossed the windshield so fast Typhoon is forecast

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Typhoon approaching

Typhoon approaching Trees seem to know leaves shaking Birds chirping warning

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Large black butterflies

Large black butterflies Fallen cicadas everywhere No more summer days

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Mid-August again

Mid-August again Shrine yard where the war dead sleep Dragonflies fly low (Story: https://ashiakira.wordpress.com/story-poems-2/mid-august-again/)

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Summer heat lingers

Summer heat lingers Leaves trying to fan cool wind Dissuading sunlight

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Green and brown leaves

Green and brown leaves Summer light with autumn breeze Swaying in mixed ways

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People throng to pray

People throng to pray Small statue deep into big shrine Woods along the way

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Fallen cicadas teach

Fallen cicadas teach All are alone in the end Walking through park woods

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Hint of autumn cool

Hint of autumn cool Crickets know it when there is Summer is leaving

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