Kae Morii

Rookie (20 of January / Osaka)

Fire Dragon - Poem by Kae Morii

Crack and sparkling fireworks in the night sky

In the overflow
Surely the fire dragon stays tumbling about

Oleander is blooming
Morning is coming from the horizon
The muddy glasses are taken out from the ground
Among the mountains
The fire dragon is tumbling about

Matched game aims for one
But the square root of one is not merely one
The bloody clothes are taken out from the ground
Between the people
Surely the fire dragon stays tumbling about

It comes disappearing and appearing
In the flood of time


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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 2, 2008



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