Tsunami Haiku by Barbara Robidoux and Photographs of Japan by Gail Rieke

after tsunami
radiiation in food chain
cherry blossoms open

In Miyagi
snow falls on tsunami ruins
sound of temple bells

4 thoughts on “Tsunami Haiku by Barbara Robidoux and Photographs of Japan by Gail Rieke

  1. Beautiful. Thank You.

    So little can be said in such bigness
    and what is not said pierces the distance
    until it reaches us, a hurt flower singing

    Barbaria

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