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"Wind Last Night Blew Down"

Random Poetry List XLII

Wind last night blew down
A gardenful of peach blossoms.
A boy with a broom
is starting to sweep them up.

Fallen flowers are flowers still;
Don't brush them away.

Anonymous (Korean, 16th century AD)
tr. Virginia Olsen Baron and Chung Seuk Park

Originally e-mailed on Thursday, May 28, 1998 @ 5:13 PM.

Lane Core Jr. CIW P — Sat. 05/28/05 07:43:03 AM
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