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fooling: a haiku sequence

Sunday was another restless Spring day, the sky constnatly shifting from grey to blue. Again, I had the pleasure of starting the day by leading a ginko around the City Botanic Gardens. Here’s a selection of the haiku I gathered on my travels:

sleeping ducks
and my tired face
between them

*

still pond
a dragonflies’ silence
and mine

bamboo grove
ants march toward
the sky

*

you and I
fooling in the leaves
bush turkey

half-
unbuttoning her shirt
spring breeze

*

crows
in the peepul tree
sharing our poems

photographs by Cindy Keong

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