Poetry, VOLUME 6

Poem: Spring – Anon. Japanese Poet

Anonymous Japanese Poet

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When winter turns to spring,
The dews of morn in pearly radiance lie,
The mists of eve rise circling to the sky,
And Kaminábi’s thickets ring
With the sweet notes the nightingale doth sing.


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Japanese Literature by Epiphanius Wilson

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