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New Green Windows

On the south-facing slopes, the spring is already peeking through its new green windows and squinting sleepily into the sun. The sun’s golden fingers are geting longer by the day. They now already reach all the branches and twigs tickling the catkins until … Continue reading

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Polnočni sneg / Midnight Snow

Kako nežno pada tišina — polnočni sneg —– How tenderly the silence falls — midnight snow

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The Promise of Spring

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Erased by the Wind

First snow. Tiny crystals reflect the whole world. Little white caps on yellow catkins. How beautifully they sway in the wind. The only sound in our village: chopping of wood. In my dear old coat, I walk down the lonely path. … Continue reading

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Ten Thousand Worlds

Thank you, Masahiro Miyasaka Serene snowfall – ten thousand worlds arise, all of them empty, none of them real. Wind blows and blows, the sky is cold and cold. All night I sit alone by the window – eating walnuts, … Continue reading

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A Walk in Winter

The snow is beautiful today –  dry and glittering and quiet. I sit beneath an old pear tree breathing in lungfuls and lungfuls of crisp air. Silence is deep and smooth – the silence of lonely forgotten places, the silence from … Continue reading

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Snow!

First snow of the year blanketing the glowing colours of autumn. Wet heavy clumps falling from trees, water dripping from every nook and cranny, from every branch and bowing tree. Tiny snow flakes carried on the breath of the wind, swirling … Continue reading

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