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Posts Tagged: furniture

Bring it to me, I’m waiting!


“in all eternity
there’s less pain and suffering
than just this one life”

(Haiku by Senkyũ)
Visé (B)

Sitting on a floral throne after a long walk


“amid the fields –
oblivious to all things
skylark sing”

(Haiku by Bashõ)
Aywaille (B)

The battlefield is waiting for the fighters


“summer grass!
in the wake of dreams
of legion warriors”

(Haiku by Bashõ)
Oupeye (B)

Who sits on the Red Lotus flower?

“The Goddess of Wealth
…who sits on the Red Lotus flower

offers the fair flow of water,
…affluent shadow,

affluence of paddy harvest,
…name and fame,

huge prosperity,
…lots of wealth and property;

she also always offers longevity
…for those who are not deceptive and trickery!”

(V.K. Kanniappan translation from Tamil Nalvazhi)
Liège (B)

A chair in snow is always sad


“… a chair is shaped for just one thing

to hold 
a soul its quick and few bendable 
hours

perhaps a king 

not to hold snow 
not to hold flowers”

(J. Hirshfield in A chair in snow)
Liège (B)