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gale wind — a little bird finds a shelter in the crack of a lightning-struck oak Advertisements

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The sound of the wind makes this night colder still. Planted by the window, I watch the darkness dissolve in the rain, a stream of smeared black dripping from the branches. There’s a brown moth pressed against the windowpane, her wings folded serenely as … Continue reading

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A Gift From the Mountains

He sniffs the air and pricks up his ears at the whooshing sound above. Moments later the north wind brings him a gift from the mountains – a single snowflake on his muzzle. I hope you too have received many gifts today.

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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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Wind Blows, Silent Stones

Wind blowing on and on forever, churning the sky and sea together into a wild landscape of whipped lead, a sprinkle of sunshine and a dash of salt. Brittle oak leaves twirling through the air without any control or chance … Continue reading

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