Some small poems (haiku, etc) from “The Kimono”

Japanese Lovers II

A woman in bed, kimono revealing breast. Snow on Mt. Fuji.

Snow falls on meadows. Crows pick at last harvest seeds. Spring now far away.

A swirl of blossoms caught in the water’s current begins the season.

Fall’s crispness compels apples to tumble from trees. Worms make the journey.

I chase one red leaf across dry and brittle grass. Juice of summer gone.

 

Surrounded by gentle nature, a man rests in contentment but keeps his sword nearby. A heart does not convey the warning of a mouth.

Autumn wind startles– lowered to an ominous key Ah! Mournful sounds! The fat mountain deer listen, add their bellowing sorrow.

Jane Kohut-Bartels

Copyrighted,2018

3 Responses to “Some small poems (haiku, etc) from “The Kimono””

  1. Frank J. Tassone Says:

    Reblogged this on Frank J. Tassone and commented:
    #Haiku Happenings #4: Jane Kohut-Bartels’ #haikai poems from her book “The Kimono”!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Kanti Burns Says:

    Reblogged this on Kanti Burns, Poems, Book Reviews and more ….

    Like

  3. ladynyo Says:

    thank you, Kanti and Frank. these are very small poems…and I couldn’t find the ones I wanted to post from “Kimono”. it’s a long novel.

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