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Spring rain puddles
a girl sticks two red petals
on her lips*


Waking up
in my hammock the clouds
go backwards*


A girl plucks
the last petal from a daisy
then picks another one*


Ruffling the dry grass
and the sheep dog's hair
August wind *


Autumn wind
my blown kiss
swept to the side**


Early November
the sidewalk swept clean,
dark prints of oak leaves


Snowman melts
my son's mittens
in the puddle***


translated by Zhanna P. Rader
First published in World Haiku Review*, in the The Red Pagoda, v.4, #2**; Haiku of Merit-2004, WHC***

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