Japanese Hair

The fall wind picks up
muddled piles of foliage and
explodes them into a great and
glorious autumn combustion rainbow.

In a faraway land, a train
of ocean black japanese ocean black hair
picks up cherry blossoms from the trackside
and scatters them across the land

where they all come to balance on the noses of trout.


Image found here: http://www.theartofjapan.com/ArtDetail.asp?Inv=10092477#

NaPoWriMo day 26. I’ve been reading Richard Brautigan.


About skyraftwanderer

A person who enjoys writing short story things, poetry and other random things that come into my head.
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2 Responses to Japanese Hair

  1. Great use of color And how things become “connected” from great distances.
    Love the “fish” image too.

  2. simonhlilly says:

    I’ll have a couple of yards of that!

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