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Saturday, January 09, 2010

Two Poems In The Zen Tradition

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Nothing More To Say

Day is leaving,
slate gray displaces blue
across the surface of the pond.

Light shimmers,
wild ducks approach
expecting corn,
while the President and congress
wage war for profits in the future.

Unaware there is a future
the sun sets as they grunt
and eat at my feet.

What Is A Ruby Worth?

Today I learned
the eye of a coot
shines like a ruby
held in sunlight.

That was all I could bear
for one day.

All photography and text Copyright 2010 by David H.Roche

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