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    Poetry

    This is the poetry of pictures from my wife's beautiful flowers at the front porch last summer.
    Tai Shi
    sat lah
    Gassho

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    Treeleaf Rohatsu, 2019

    My wife's flowers from the front
    Porch last summer linger
    Like pink and green imprints
    In my tired mind, reminding
    Me of everything I promised.

    A life together in a grass hut.
    Moments of joy or did I say
    Hope. Was it enough? Did
    I warn her about the weeds?
    She was no fool and married

    Me anyway. We managed. We
    Came together. She, the timeless
    Constant being holding it all,
    fashioning my fumblings
    Into this life. This life. This hut,

    Like that jar in Tennessee, contains
    A thousand doors. A thousand
    Tiny buddhas spring from her
    Tears, showering me
    With pink and green petals.

    Gassho,
    Kate

    Sat today/lah

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  3. #3
    Beautiful!

    Gassho
    Byōkan
    sat + lah
    Please take my words with a big grain of salt. I know nothing. Wisdom is only found in our whole-hearted practice together.

  4. #4
    Thank you. I think I inadvertently received poetry transmission from Tai Shi.

    Gassho,
    Kate

    Sat.lah

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  5. #5
    Beauty in A Little Poetry.
    Taishi
    sat
    Beautiful Gassho


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