Mountain Spring, and: Hometown Wind

Mountain Spring, and: Hometown Wind JIDI MAJIA Two Poems mountain spring Old mother never went back to our homet own. She oen s ft poke to us as if in drea m: In this highland where the buckwheat gr ows, a person misses bracing spring water. No wonder she would sit alone at the win dow, wondering from what place a bird had flo wn. She would watch a cloud for a long t ime until it disappeared where the wind blew. No one can change life’s background co lor: A fireplace hisses under the tile r oof and courtyard roosters crow constantly. In fact, a person can have simple n eeds that are more difficult than touching s ky. She can’t drink the heart-water of that spring. 51 hometown wind Mother oen t ft hinks of wind from hom e. When this happens, she will sketch the w ind. No wonder in the epics of our t ribe eternal wind is planted in stone words. Wind from the abysmal univer se passes through the void of wheat on e arth. Wind is the gate between our life and de ath. Who can predict its future and direction? Mother said, If you can know http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Manoa University of Hawai'I Press

Mountain Spring, and: Hometown Wind

Manoa, Volume 31 (1) – May 10, 2019

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JIDI MAJIA Two Poems mountain spring Old mother never went back to our homet own. She oen s ft poke to us as if in drea m: In this highland where the buckwheat gr ows, a person misses bracing spring water. No wonder she would sit alone at the win dow, wondering from what place a bird had flo wn. She would watch a cloud for a long t ime until it disappeared where the wind blew. No one can change life’s background co lor: A fireplace hisses under the tile r oof and courtyard roosters crow constantly. In fact, a person can have simple n eeds that are more difficult than touching s ky. She can’t drink the heart-water of that spring. 51 hometown wind Mother oen t ft hinks of wind from hom e. When this happens, she will sketch the w ind. No wonder in the epics of our t ribe eternal wind is planted in stone words. Wind from the abysmal univer se passes through the void of wheat on e arth. Wind is the gate between our life and de ath. Who can predict its future and direction? Mother said, If you can know

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