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  1. #101
    I recently had a poem of mine translated into Chinese which is nice, even though I cannot read it myself!

    elephant skull
    the looming shadow
    of Kilimanjaro


    (originally published in The Mamba, March 2018)


    Chinese Translation (Traditional)

    大象頭骨
    乞力馬扎羅山隱約可見
    的陰影

    Chinese Translation (Simplified)

    大象头骨
    乞力马扎罗山隐约可见
    的阴影

    (https://neverendingstoryhaikutanka.b...-haiku-by.html)

    Gassho
    Kokuu
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  2. #102
    Quote Originally Posted by Kokuu View Post
    I recently had a poem of mine translated into Chinese which is nice, even though I cannot read it myself!

    elephant skull
    the looming shadow
    of Kilimanjaro


    (originally published in The Mamba, March 2018)


    Chinese Translation (Traditional)

    大象頭骨
    乞力馬扎羅山隱約可見
    的陰影

    Chinese Translation (Simplified)

    大象头骨
    乞力马扎罗山隐约可见
    的阴影

    (https://neverendingstoryhaikutanka.b...-haiku-by.html)

    Gassho
    Kokuu
    That is very cool!

    Gassho

    Heiso
    StLah

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  3. #103
    Quote Originally Posted by Kokuu View Post
    I recently had a poem of mine translated into Chinese which is nice, even though I cannot read it myself!

    elephant skull
    the looming shadow
    of Kilimanjaro


    (originally published in The Mamba, March 2018)


    Chinese Translation (Traditional)

    大象頭骨
    乞力馬扎羅山隱約可見
    的陰影

    Chinese Translation (Simplified)

    大象头骨
    乞力马扎罗山隐约可见
    的阴影

    (https://neverendingstoryhaikutanka.b...-haiku-by.html)

    Gassho
    Kokuu
    Yes, very cool! Why the translation?

    Gassho,
    Jakuden
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    I am a novice priest. Any resemblance my posts may have to actual teachings about the Dharma, living or dead, is purely coincidental (and just my attempt to be helpful).

  4. #104

    Your Haiku!

    Wonderful! Interesting too. Sheds light on Chinese Culture. How did you find out they publish Poets from your Britton? Do you speak and write Chinese? No. Just very nervous be cause I see one of my Dr this morning. Great in English. Sorry.
    Gassho
    sat
    Taishi


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    Last edited by Tai Shi; 10-26-2020 at 05:12 PM.
    "Nothing is so beautiful as spring--/ When weeds in wheels, shoot long and lovely and lush: Thrush eggs look little low heavens, and thrush/ Through the echoing timber does not rise and wring/ The ear it strikes like lightening to hear him sing;.." Hopkins

  5. #105

    Your Haiku!

    Reflected fall trees, pools
    On fire, as children seek candy,
    Sweet days of November ahead.
    Gassho
    sat/ lah
    Tai Shi


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    "Nothing is so beautiful as spring--/ When weeds in wheels, shoot long and lovely and lush: Thrush eggs look little low heavens, and thrush/ Through the echoing timber does not rise and wring/ The ear it strikes like lightening to hear him sing;.." Hopkins

  6. #106
    I peer into autumn night sitting
    On my easy chair, no COVID
    In my site no Covid no pain
    In dense days ahead developing
    Dire Americans, Joe will deliver.
    Be in South Dakota to pause.
    Covid 19 is worse than ever,
    We need politicians without death.
    Gassho
    st/ lah
    Tai Shi


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    "Nothing is so beautiful as spring--/ When weeds in wheels, shoot long and lovely and lush: Thrush eggs look little low heavens, and thrush/ Through the echoing timber does not rise and wring/ The ear it strikes like lightening to hear him sing;.." Hopkins

  7. #107

    Your Haiku!

    I fold my warm fingers, warm
    With safety while others suffer
    Am I a cheat or liar, my mind restless without honesty, I seek only loving kindness Metta Sutra May there be care in the eyes of all parents, May all
    Children love and be loved. May mother’s days be left quiet, slow and happy.
    Gassho
    st/ lah
    Tai Shi


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    Last edited by Tai Shi; 11-07-2020 at 10:43 AM.
    "Nothing is so beautiful as spring--/ When weeds in wheels, shoot long and lovely and lush: Thrush eggs look little low heavens, and thrush/ Through the echoing timber does not rise and wring/ The ear it strikes like lightening to hear him sing;.." Hopkins

  8. #108
    Lovely, Tai Shi! Do you think those should be in the poetry section rather than haiku?

    Hallowe'en lantern
    even the skeletons
    socially distance

    Gassho
    Kokuu
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  9. #109
    How did you find out they publish Poets from your Britton? Do you speak and write Chinese?
    Yes, very cool! Why the translation?
    Chen-ou Liu, who writes the blog, is a bilingual haiku poet who takes English Language Haiku and translates them into Chinese, presumably for a mostly Chinese audience.

    So, I potentially have 1.4 billion new readers!

    Gassho
    Kokuu
    -sattoday-
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  10. #110
    Dear friend, Kokuu please move my lines to poetry, I only now learn
    Of Haiku un riddled un bride led
    She has been mother of our child.

    Gassho
    Folded hands
    sat
    Tai Shi


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    "Nothing is so beautiful as spring--/ When weeds in wheels, shoot long and lovely and lush: Thrush eggs look little low heavens, and thrush/ Through the echoing timber does not rise and wring/ The ear it strikes like lightening to hear him sing;.." Hopkins

  11. #111
    Quote Originally Posted by Tai Shi View Post
    I fold my warm fingers, warm
    With safety while others suffer
    Am I a cheat or liar, my mind restless without honesty, I seek only loving kindness Metta Sutra. May there be care in the eyes of all parents, May all
    Children love and be loved. May mother’s days be left quiet, slow and happy.
    Gassho
    st/ lah
    Tai Shi


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    "Nothing is so beautiful as spring--/ When weeds in wheels, shoot long and lovely and lush: Thrush eggs look little low heavens, and thrush/ Through the echoing timber does not rise and wring/ The ear it strikes like lightening to hear him sing;.." Hopkins

  12. #112

    Your Haiku!

    My warm inner world of pain
    Waits for fall colors of my throat
    For MS medication which takes
    My inner skeleton to relaxation!

    Gassho

    sat// lah

    Tai Shi
    Calm Poetry


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    "Nothing is so beautiful as spring--/ When weeds in wheels, shoot long and lovely and lush: Thrush eggs look little low heavens, and thrush/ Through the echoing timber does not rise and wring/ The ear it strikes like lightening to hear him sing;.." Hopkins

  13. #113
    Invisible white world of Tonglen
    Revolts with blue smoke revoked
    My essence in dry uneven path
    To harrowing hell of medium mind!

    Gassho
    sat // lah

    Tai Shi

    Calm Poetry


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    "Nothing is so beautiful as spring--/ When weeds in wheels, shoot long and lovely and lush: Thrush eggs look little low heavens, and thrush/ Through the echoing timber does not rise and wring/ The ear it strikes like lightening to hear him sing;.." Hopkins

  14. #114
    Each day I sit free to brown
    Depth of Autumn days with
    Hope of moon I cannot see.

    Gassho
    Bent from arthritis

    sat // lah
    Tai Shi
    Calm Poetry


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    "Nothing is so beautiful as spring--/ When weeds in wheels, shoot long and lovely and lush: Thrush eggs look little low heavens, and thrush/ Through the echoing timber does not rise and wring/ The ear it strikes like lightening to hear him sing;.." Hopkins

  15. #115
    Haiku

    Thinking shrinks the world
    Non-thinking expands the world
    Simply be as thus


    Gassho
    Mark
    SatToday

  16. #116
    The flip-flop is necessary. Pain is neither think nor feeling; it just is requires special treatment of both breaking dual realizations; thus level 10 pain well handled in body with MS medications, feeling is thinking, feeling is thinking, thinking is feeling. This is not the poem, this is the poem, light is dark, dark is light there is no distinction. Autumn the time of year, the protagnist cannot see the moon because his neck bones are locked in place, spine at 50 degrees. Body slumps to the left, sometimes the protagnist just falls over. How would you suggest person might not coplain while judging reality? I see your complaint, so please address constructive criticism while now you know the reality. I suggest lines one foot step before the other-- how many poets have used the same lines of this poem? Nice alterations--I like it. See 12 step recovery throughout literature, "one step before the other." Ha I like the humor, "Fancy a sandwich." Sandwich a fancy. This is real poetry.
    This is literary criticism; is it not poetry. Allow Jundo, no harm done, just observations from one who knows. This was my job for 48 years. I worked longer than most members were, are alive "pitty," what's the harm, what is Autumn, Spring, Winter, and All? Spring and Fall. "Marget why are you grieving/ for golden groves unleaving...?" GM Hopkins. "It is Margret who you grieve for." "Thinking shrinks the world" turns duality on its head. "Each day in Autumn, Silver Moon I cannot bend my head" Do you think this merits a look" More the black night enshouds my "face."
    Gassho

    sat// lah

    Tai Shi
    Calm Poetry
    I can breath.
    Last edited by Tai Shi; 11-08-2020 at 01:55 PM.
    "Nothing is so beautiful as spring--/ When weeds in wheels, shoot long and lovely and lush: Thrush eggs look little low heavens, and thrush/ Through the echoing timber does not rise and wring/ The ear it strikes like lightening to hear him sing;.." Hopkins

  17. #117
    How would you suggest person might not coplain while judging reality? I see your complaint, so please address constructive criticism while now you know the reality.
    Which comment are you referring to here, Tai Shi? I cannot see what you are referencing.

    Gassho
    Kokuu
    -sattoday-
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    Feel free to message me if you wish to talk about issues around practicing with physical limitations. This is something I have been sitting with for a fair while and am happy to help with suggestions or just offer a listening ear.

  18. #118
    My mistake, I've been asked not post but two poems a pay, and I suspect that mean Haiku as well. See you soon, back in two weaks.
    Gassho
    sat/ lah
    Tai Shi
    "Nothing is so beautiful as spring--/ When weeds in wheels, shoot long and lovely and lush: Thrush eggs look little low heavens, and thrush/ Through the echoing timber does not rise and wring/ The ear it strikes like lightening to hear him sing;.." Hopkins

  19. #119
    I walked to work,
    The sign, "limited vision",
    Passed under, unseen.

    Gassho
    Sat/ lah
    Last edited by Jeff Naylor; 11-11-2020 at 12:58 AM.

  20. #120
    The monkey mind runs
    Reality asunder
    In stillness it blends

    Gassho
    Mark
    ST

  21. #121
    Browning leaves
    and damp decay
    I put my beds to sleep

    Gassho

    Heiso

    StLah

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heiso View Post
    Browning leaves
    and damp decay
    I put my beds to sleep

    Gassho

    Heiso

    StLah
    Nice one Heiso! It's particularly warm here today, and the smell of our decaying garden beds is drifting through the house, so this resonated quite well with me.

    Gassho,
    Rob

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  23. #123
    Oh thanks, Rob.

    It's damp and squelchy here, quite cold with the smell of bonfires in the air.

    Gassho

    Heiso
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  24. #124
    Its no fire, no touch.
    c
    o
    l
    d
    light
    gives
    no
    warmth, no love-
    Only false reprieve.

  25. #125
    Two poems in issue 132 of hedgerow journal:


    late summer
    I play Coltrane
    on repeat


    too soon for another prophet morning blackbird



    Gassho
    Kokuu
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kokuu View Post
    Two poems in issue 132 of hedgerow journal:


    late summer
    I play Coltrane
    on repeat


    too soon for another prophet morning blackbird



    Gassho
    Kokuu
    -sattoday-

    Congrats on the publication Kokuu! Those are such lovely Haiku. I particularly like the single line piece—well done!

    Gassho,
    Rob

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  27. #127
    Quote Originally Posted by Kokuu View Post
    Two poems in issue 132 of hedgerow journal:


    late summer
    I play Coltrane
    on repeat


    too soon for another prophet morning blackbird



    Gassho
    Kokuu
    -sattoday-
    Coltrane!

    Congratulations.

    Gassho, J

    STLah
    ALL OF LIFE IS OUR TEMPLE

  28. #128
    I thought you might like that, Jundo! And thank you, Rob!

    This one is for our new unsui, Kotei:

    raven moon
    a friend wears his robes
    for the first time



    Gassho
    Kokuu
    -sattoday-
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  29. #129
    Thank you Kokuu.

    Certain views of beautiful Japanese Gardens invoke a feeling of connectedness, of reaching somehow far beyond the surface.
    Your Haiku, this one too, are doing the same to me.

    Deep bows,
    Kotei sat/lah today.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kokuu View Post
    I thought you might like that, Jundo! And thank you, Rob!

    This one is for our new unsui, Kotei:

    raven moon
    a friend wears his robes
    for the first time



    Gassho
    Kokuu
    -sattoday-

    義道 冴庭 / Gidou Kotei.
    Being a novice priest doesn't mean that my writing about the Dharma is more substantial than yours. Actually, it might well be the other way round.

  30. #130
    Soft light
    Heat in November
    Snap of chill,

    Days shorten,
    In triangle
    Of light.

    Gassho
    sat / lah
    Tai Shi


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    "Nothing is so beautiful as spring--/ When weeds in wheels, shoot long and lovely and lush: Thrush eggs look little low heavens, and thrush/ Through the echoing timber does not rise and wring/ The ear it strikes like lightening to hear him sing;.." Hopkins

  31. #131
    Coltrane's contribution
    Never sought,
    his not endured.

    Gassho
    sat
    Lah
    Tai Shi


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    Last edited by Tai Shi; 01-02-2021 at 02:19 AM. Reason: Unsatisfactory.
    "Nothing is so beautiful as spring--/ When weeds in wheels, shoot long and lovely and lush: Thrush eggs look little low heavens, and thrush/ Through the echoing timber does not rise and wring/ The ear it strikes like lightening to hear him sing;.." Hopkins

  32. #132
    Friendship, move,
    please move
    poems to poetry.
    I’m not sure
    How to proceed.

    Gassho
    sat
    Tai Shi


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    Last edited by Tai Shi; 01-02-2021 at 02:27 AM. Reason: Least understood
    "Nothing is so beautiful as spring--/ When weeds in wheels, shoot long and lovely and lush: Thrush eggs look little low heavens, and thrush/ Through the echoing timber does not rise and wring/ The ear it strikes like lightening to hear him sing;.." Hopkins

  33. #133
    Winter solstice

    The longest night passed
    While I sat by the fire
    Learning to let go

    Jon
    Sat
    Jon

  34. #134

    Winter Leaves

    cold December day -
    leaves crunching underfoot
    prepare the way for spring

    Jon
    Sat
    Jon

  35. #135
    This December 30, 2020
    I have lived out my last precept
    I have given my life away to loved ones,
    Gassho
    sat/ lah
    Tai Shi


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  36. #136
    Shokai, I finally get it, cataract surgery; I've had both eyes, ah breathtaking when I could see again.
    Gassho
    sat/lah
    Tai Shi
    "Nothing is so beautiful as spring--/ When weeds in wheels, shoot long and lovely and lush: Thrush eggs look little low heavens, and thrush/ Through the echoing timber does not rise and wring/ The ear it strikes like lightening to hear him sing;.." Hopkins

  37. #137
    Quote Originally Posted by Kokuu View Post
    Two poems in issue 132 of hedgerow journal:


    late summer
    I play Coltrane
    on repeat


    too soon for another prophet morning blackbird



    Gassho
    Kokuu
    -sattoday-
    Thank you Kokuu for these Haiku.
    Jazz, this is my least understood music. I listen to A Love Song Supreme by John Coltrane. Does a man have no right to pass up those passions? Yet, we do question. What if we just listen to the music?
    Gassho
    sat/lah
    Last edited by Tai Shi; 01-02-2021 at 02:09 AM. Reason: I don't always understand.
    "Nothing is so beautiful as spring--/ When weeds in wheels, shoot long and lovely and lush: Thrush eggs look little low heavens, and thrush/ Through the echoing timber does not rise and wring/ The ear it strikes like lightening to hear him sing;.." Hopkins

  38. #138
    Quote Originally Posted by Tai Shi View Post
    The flip-flop is necessary. Pain is neither think nor feeling; it just is requires special treatment of both breaking dual realizations; thus level 10 pain well handled in body with MS medications, feeling is thinking, feeling is thinking, thinking is feeling. This is not the poem, this is the poem, light is dark, dark is light there is no distinction. Autumn the time of year, the protagnist cannot see the moon because his neck bones are locked in place, spine at 50 degrees. Body slumps to the left, sometimes the protagnist just falls over. How would you suggest person might not coplain while judging reality? I see your complaint, so please address constructive criticism while now you know the reality. I suggest lines one foot step before the other-- how many poets have used the same lines of this poem? Nice alterations--I like it. See 12 step recovery throughout literature, "one step before the other." Ha I like the humor, "Fancy a sandwich." Sandwich a fancy. This is real poetry.
    This is literary criticism; is it not poetry. Allow Jundo, no harm done, just observations from one who knows. This was my job for 48 years. I worked longer than most members were, are alive "pitty," what's the harm, what is Autumn, Spring, Winter, and All? Spring and Fall. "Marget why are you grieving/ for golden groves unleaving...?" GM Hopkins. "It is Margret who you grieve for." "Thinking shrinks the world" turns duality on its head. "Each day in Autumn, Silver Moon I cannot bend my head" Do you think this merits a look" More the black night enshouds my "face."


    Gassho

    sat// lah

    Tai Shi
    Calm Poetry
    I can breath.
    This is definitely
    No Haiku
    No calm night

    Gassho
    sat/lah
    Last edited by Tai Shi; 01-02-2021 at 02:43 AM. Reason: deep bows
    "Nothing is so beautiful as spring--/ When weeds in wheels, shoot long and lovely and lush: Thrush eggs look little low heavens, and thrush/ Through the echoing timber does not rise and wring/ The ear it strikes like lightening to hear him sing;.." Hopkins

  39. #139
    melting snow
    among decayed leaves
    a crocus blossom

    Gassho,
    Jakuden
    SatToday
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    SEIDO JAKUDEN
    I am a novice priest. Any resemblance my posts may have to actual teachings about the Dharma, living or dead, is purely coincidental (and just my attempt to be helpful).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jakuden View Post
    melting snow
    among decayed leaves
    a crocus blossom

    Gassho,
    Jakuden
    SatToday
    Lovely one Jakuden! And exactly the kind of image that we often need at this time of year.



    Gassho,
    Seikan

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  41. #141
    Quote Originally Posted by Seikan View Post
    Lovely one Jakuden! And exactly the kind of image that we often need at this time of year.



    Gassho,
    Seikan

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  42. #142
    night rain
    in a whisky glass
    the windswept moor

    pluie nocturne
    dans un verre à whisky
    la lande balayée par le vent



    Gassho
    Kokuu
    Last edited by Kokuu; 03-04-2021 at 12:41 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kokuu View Post
    night rain
    in a whisky glass
    the windswept moor

    So, so good Kokuu! Such a great sense of atmosphere.

    Gassho,
    Seikan

    -stlah-
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  44. #144
    Thunder, Storm rages.
    Whisky glass tipped
    To mouth in pain.

    Gassho
    sat/ lah
    Tai Shi


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    "Nothing is so beautiful as spring--/ When weeds in wheels, shoot long and lovely and lush: Thrush eggs look little low heavens, and thrush/ Through the echoing timber does not rise and wring/ The ear it strikes like lightening to hear him sing;.." Hopkins

  45. #145
    Been there
    Done that in tears
    Tree swept away.
    In fear I stand alone.

    Gassho
    sat/ lah
    Tai Shi


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    "Nothing is so beautiful as spring--/ When weeds in wheels, shoot long and lovely and lush: Thrush eggs look little low heavens, and thrush/ Through the echoing timber does not rise and wring/ The ear it strikes like lightening to hear him sing;.." Hopkins

  46. #146
    Really good spring
    She buys my food
    At drive up restaurant.

    Gassho
    sat/ lah
    Tai Shi


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    "Nothing is so beautiful as spring--/ When weeds in wheels, shoot long and lovely and lush: Thrush eggs look little low heavens, and thrush/ Through the echoing timber does not rise and wring/ The ear it strikes like lightening to hear him sing;.." Hopkins

  47. #147
    One of the kind in winter,
    She revealed her nieces
    Making water into
    Farm where grow beautiful
    Flowers.

    Gassho
    sat/ lah
    Tai Shi


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    "Nothing is so beautiful as spring--/ When weeds in wheels, shoot long and lovely and lush: Thrush eggs look little low heavens, and thrush/ Through the echoing timber does not rise and wring/ The ear it strikes like lightening to hear him sing;.." Hopkins

  48. #148
    Quote Originally Posted by Kokuu View Post
    night rain
    in a whisky glass
    the windswept moor

    pluie nocturne
    dans un verre à whisky
    la lande balayée par le vent



    Gassho
    Kokuu
    I can taste the peat.

    Gassho,

    Heiso

    StLah

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  49. #149
    Thank you for being Kokuu friend I never expected or experienced liked an oasis in my light. South Dakota is better for this light or American I thinks once more. Let’s me release myself in Zen minds beginning only now in spring.
    Gassho
    sat/ lah
    Tai Shi


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    "Nothing is so beautiful as spring--/ When weeds in wheels, shoot long and lovely and lush: Thrush eggs look little low heavens, and thrush/ Through the echoing timber does not rise and wring/ The ear it strikes like lightening to hear him sing;.." Hopkins

  50. #150
    Hi Jakuden. Some years back as a pretentious early arrival at Treeleaf, thinking I was helping you into poetry. Thank you for teaching me over the years. I hope to live my name, Calm Poetry.
    Gassho
    sat/ lah
    Tai Shi
    "Nothing is so beautiful as spring--/ When weeds in wheels, shoot long and lovely and lush: Thrush eggs look little low heavens, and thrush/ Through the echoing timber does not rise and wring/ The ear it strikes like lightening to hear him sing;.." Hopkins

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