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Thursday, November 17, 2011

Haiku poet Andrea Grillo sent two death awareness haiku, which I would like to share with readers. The first may have originally appeared in Hummingbird, though publication credit is not currently available. The second poem is unpublished.

scatter my ashes
in a summer garden
as daylight ebbs
and colors ripen


does summer really end?
my garden
deepens with each dusk
gold and russet highlights

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