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Kalev’s Anti-Blog A Poem

Journey By Kalev Pehme Basho’s pupil paints a haiku so cruel. He writes: “A red firefly/Tear off its wings/ A pepper.” Zen compassion, the rule of syllables, moves his master. He sings: “A pepper/Give it wings/a red firefly.” The student’s … Continue reading

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