Poem Written with Buson

Poem Written with Buson MATTHEW ZAPRUDER He told u s to go outside and if someone talked to u s to be silent not in a hostile wa y more like aer t ft he bells have stopped performin g more like the building glazed with sun no longer heard in evening win d he stumbles suddenly it’s because they have vo ted to stop thinking life can be taken awa y Girls from Ohara owls darkenin g the maples at evening I have never been on a difficult journey my beloved villa ge no longer satisfies me 165 the white flower in the darkness of the heart the gateway at midnig ht someone goes through to become invisib le in the capital when the lanterns of finan ce have been extinguished the two of them feel strengthened by wine and the son gs that make the path that can on ly be seen in darkness hours later the rust ling of her robe says an old we ll is a frightening thing 166 Mānoa n Republic of Apples http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Manoa University of Hawai'I Press

Poem Written with Buson

Manoa, Volume 31 (1) – May 10, 2019

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University of Hawai'I Press
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Copyright © 2019 University of Hawai'i Press.
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Abstract

MATTHEW ZAPRUDER He told u s to go outside and if someone talked to u s to be silent not in a hostile wa y more like aer t ft he bells have stopped performin g more like the building glazed with sun no longer heard in evening win d he stumbles suddenly it’s because they have vo ted to stop thinking life can be taken awa y Girls from Ohara owls darkenin g the maples at evening I have never been on a difficult journey my beloved villa ge no longer satisfies me 165 the white flower in the darkness of the heart the gateway at midnig ht someone goes through to become invisib le in the capital when the lanterns of finan ce have been extinguished the two of them feel strengthened by wine and the son gs that make the path that can on ly be seen in darkness hours later the rust ling of her robe says an old we ll is a frightening thing 166 Mānoa n Republic of Apples

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Published: May 10, 2019

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