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Random Poetry List LV

The night creeps in,
And every sound of human life
Is hushed.
Even the tinkle of the camel bells
Comes muted through the dusk.
In the faint, dying light
Of the waning moon
The first hibiscus flower Falls.

Ch'en Yun (Chinese, AD 1886-1910)
tr. Henry H. Hart

Originally e-mailed on Thursday, July 16, 1998 @ 9:35 PM.

Lane Core Jr. CIW P — Sun. 07/16/06 08:52:01 AM
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