Kae Morii

Rookie (20 of January / Osaka)

The Festival Serenade - Poem by Kae Morii

A jonquel in spring
The sun's long band extends
And the sleeping dandelions
Awake from their heraldic rosettes
In turn the voices of the flowers can by heard
Brightly
The exchanged promises of love
In the garden of Epicros
The distant sea is roaring
The swifts are flying


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Poem Submitted: Friday, September 2, 2005



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