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    Count My Blessings

    Since
    I'm just a small blade of grass,
    I humbly pray
    if only there's a dewdrop
    caressing my face
    when I wake up in the early morning
    every day.
    I'm not a sea otter,
    therefore,
    a lavish...
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    Thanks, Tailor, for your kind comment.

    Thanks, Tailor, for your kind comment.
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    Self-Reflection

    Isn't it refreshing
    to stare at a leaf budding
    in the season of seeding?
    Why must it turn to a rusty leaf,
    come the season of grief?
    I have this sudden impulse
    to go to a pond of water lilies ...
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    Thanks, Tailor, for the kind comment.

    Thanks, Tailor, for the kind comment.
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    Catching the Tail of Autumn

    If catching the tail of summer
    is as subtle
    as catching a floating rainbow bubble
    in sweet slumber,
    then let nature run its course
    and never feel remorse.
    Nonetheless,
    while weeping willows...
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    Flowing like an Ancient River

    When breezes in late September
    begin coughing
    I feel like an ancient river
    so much so
    that it's time to get flowing,
    flowing far away to an uncharted place
    where to keep meandering
    and embrace...
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    In Your Dream

    After the moon cake savoring,
    after Mid-Autumn Festival celebrating,
    there's nothing fancy
    but the full moon's waning.
    Since nothing
    is worth brewing mesmerizing poetry,
    I might as well hit...
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    Reaching Nirvana

    Don't make fun of me
    if you see
    that I have this sudden fancy
    to grow the water lily
    in the late September
    when in the pond
    the water's getting as cool as a cucumber.
    Nonetheless,
    if I will...
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    Thanks, Danik, for dropping by. I almost...

    Thanks, Danik, for dropping by. I almost overlooked this post of yours.
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    Memory of Beauty Lingers on

    Sitting in the shade
    of a great banyan tree,
    counting the good old days
    sneaking away
    one by one
    just as the good autumn breezes
    come and go,
    I'm not pondering
    how to be immortal or...
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    Intoxicated or Intoxicating

    When autumn is also drunk
    with the sweet golden wine
    of the setting sun,
    and lies down
    under the flame maple trees,
    a smirking wind nearby,
    witnessing all this,
    starts blowing,
    swirling ...
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    Golden Grains

    Breezes are holding their breath,
    trees falling into a coma,
    and the sunshine just lying gently.
    It's so quiet
    in the afternoon
    that time seems to stand still.
    In the distance,
    I can see
    the...
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    Yellow Flowers of Okra

    I'm amazed to notice
    the okra,
    a lass in green trimmings,
    having stayed calm and serene in my balcony
    for a long while,
    starts blossoming this morning
    at long last.
    Without fail,
    the season...
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    Thanks, Tailor, for dropping by.

    Thanks, Tailor, for dropping by.
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    True Friend of Mine

    I drop a yellow rose into a pond,
    with a view to gazing admiringly
    and affectionately
    at those concentric ripples,
    ever spreading out
    toward the eternal enigma.
    If you can sense the warm...
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    Thanks, Danik, for dropping by and leaving the...

    Thanks, Danik, for dropping by and leaving the kind feedback.
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    Like Danik, I feel so glad and cheerful to see...

    Like Danik, I feel so glad and cheerful to see you back.
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    Uninvited Rain

    Last night,
    an uninvited guest,
    the torrential rain,
    wreaked dreadful yet beautiful havoc
    on the colorful autumn trees,
    leaving a luxury Persian carpet
    of bright orange and yellow
    on the...
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    It's Windy Tonight

    It's windy in the park tonight.
    It springs to mind~
    in the early morning
    the autumn breeze was cool and pleasant,
    but where has it gone?
    I hate to think about it
    just as I hate to reminisce...
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    Thanks again, Tailor, for your kind and...

    Thanks again, Tailor, for your kind and encouraging comment.
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    Perhaps it's due to the Season

    In the refreshing September morning,
    while I'm inhaling some fresh air,
    I notice some sparrows,
    busy gleaning the seeds of weeds
    at a small park.
    All of a sudden,
    I wake up to the fact that...
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    Thanks, Tailor, for reading and the feedback.

    Thanks, Tailor, for reading and the feedback.
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    Beautiful Autumn Morning

    You just called to say sorry~
    you couldn't go on a trip to the park with me
    simply because of the grey sky.
    I don't mind at all.
    If I hadn't stepped outside my comfort house,
    I wouldn't have a...
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    Thank you, Tailor, for dropping by and the...

    Thank you, Tailor, for dropping by and the comment. Luckily, when I directed my mind and attention toward natural beauty and wrote some poems, I felt much comfortable and forgot most of the darkness.
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    Reap the Fragrance

    The moment
    I started to bury myself in marigold flowers,
    I was astonished to find
    how little time left
    for me to curse the darkness of the government!
    After all,
    it's not the corruption but the...
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