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the sound of his flute bounce off canyon rocks fish jump within a dancing river in the land of Quechan genie nakano, 6.4.22 Quechan, a native American tribe always lived in the Southwest’s Colorado River Valley area. Quechan–those who descended by way of water.
In 2005 my husband and I went on a Buddhist pilgrimage. We traveled through Buddha’s path from birth to nirvana. We loved India so much we returned 3 more times.Someday we would love to hop on a jet and travel again. When–we don’t know…
tonight I’m going out to count the stars wait up for me I will bring some back Genie Nakano, 2016
Hard to imagine~~~tanka and prose
floating in air~~tan rengu
music fills the air wild moths drawn to the flame… out of darkness into the burning light we dance into timelessness Dean Okamura and Genie Nakano This tanka is a tan rengu–written by two people. In Japan tan rengu was a popular form of writing hundreds of years ago and is resurging.
I fell in lovein a small cliff villageoverlooking the seaI shall die herein happiness Genie Nakano, 5/1/2022
Walking Elephant … Cherita
up stone stairways my knees don’t want to climb so many steps slow and steady I pause to breathe in the view a procession of elephants walking Genie Nakano, April 7, 2022
Mom pushes me out of the womb Spring Breeze genie nakano, 3/23/22
today 2 doctors appointmentsI keep feeling spring genie nakano