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Cezar-Florin Ciobīcă, RO
 

 

 

 

Haiku

 

spring’s end—
a firefly scans
my line of life

 

 

my old man
stares at an empty cocoon—
spring’s end

 

 

falling petals
clear up the Milky Way—
spring’s end

 

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morning tai chi—
my pet dog barking
at a snail

 

 

ants
on the sugar cubes—
I’m not alone

 

 

resurrection bells—
a lady bird rises
from insectarium

 

 

last quarter moon—
my wife caresses
her round belly

 

 

magnolia—
scent wrapping
bird's song

 

 

funeral—
in the casket's polish
passing cranes

 

 

year of the rabbit—
out of the illusionist's hat
no pigeon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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