Monthly Archives: September 2017

Weeds twining tighter As if to predict typhoon Blades are shivering  

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Responsible ourselves? Typhoons are becoming stronger One soon to rage through  

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Long slow slope upward Used to enjoy jogging here Now flowers alongside  

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Crickets’ calls at dawn Sounded all night long peacefully Feel like joining them  

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What fruit I don’t know Growing big among wild weeds On twining tendrils  

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Cool autumn breeze now Forget last night’s summer heat Bell crickets ringing  

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All brown but one white Gardenia out of season Keeps going alone  

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Weeds growing my height Narrow soil between buildings Blades sway out power

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Secondhand book fair Under blue sky of autumn Breeze helps flip pages

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Summer is over Autumn quiet has set in Crickets’ timid calls  

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