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Tanka Haiku (Japanese poetry of interconnectedness to nature)



In the Park - Santiago Creek Park

Girl walks along trunk,
She is told to get down now,
I give a small grin,
I promise to not deny,
Our children will play again.



Oak on the Embankment - Fremont Canyon

I am aged seasons,
I collect webs on branches,
Rock starting to crack,
Precariously placed here,
Life will not last in seasons.


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