Tag Archives: aros

stone #46

I’m drinking lukewarm chamomile tea — I have no idea what chamomile is — listening to an American musician performing in Paris when she asks the crowd if they’re having a good time they say “yes” not “oui”

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haiku (stone #45)

flooded sidewalks walking on the glistening asphalt: February thaw

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haiku (stone #44)

how it ends: a winter breeze stirs the curtains no one is coming

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haiku (stone #43)

walking in the street cars passing too closely: icy sidewalks

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haiku (stone #42)

ice on the driveway inside, spicy noodles and the warmth of conversation

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stone #41

the heater’s fan clicks off the room is a field of silence I am imagining Mt. Fuji I am becoming a mountain

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