Alven L. Robinson
Alven L. Robinson Poems
- The Bamboo The bamboo feels the wind and bends a harmony ...
- Michael Jordan Rules Sweat drenched, sucking air, Crowds ...
- The Colored Pills The colored pills, the silent wills of ...
- Granite Creek Park Two old Navajo on a bench changing ...
- Who Waits For Me? Who waits for me? And why for me to wait? ...
- Old Mexico Whistling down the coast of gold, Volkswagen ...
- The Mind Of Silk The mind of silk, woven with a rosary of ...
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The bamboo feels the wind and bends
a harmony transcends
the temple of it home
the grove residing on its own
its lofty motive sown,
reaching towards the sky
through the graying eyes of mist
twisting with the storms
the typhoons borne across the seas
beneath new moons
Tsuki-yumi lagoons of light,
white mirrors to ancestral pleas
Shinto prayers heard through the eaves.
The Kami chanting in surrounds
falling mute on burial grounds
to whispered lantern glows
and distant shakuhachi tones - -
the bamboo seeing all it needs,
the failed ...