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Grain of Sand Haiku into Never Ending Story

Chen-ou said:

“L 1 not only sets the scene for the poem but also gives readers the garden owner’s bio sketch while Ls 2&3 work well on two levels, literal and metaphoric, which could be read as a subtle form of authorial commentary.”


Chen-ou Liu @StoryhaikuTanka11 December 2015 3 retweets 5 likes



Chen-ou Liu @StoryhaikuTanka11 December 2015 13 retweets 11 likes



ocean of sand ―
thousands of wind paths
within each grain


Chinese Translation (Traditional)

沙之海洋 —

Chinese Translation (Simplified)

沙之海洋 —


Ken Sawitri (Indonesia)

Published for the 2nd time in Never Ending Story on September 5th, 2015
Selected and translated into Chinese by Chen-ou Liu

Published for the 1st time in Wednesday Haiku 184 in Issa’s Untidy Hut, the poetry blog for Lilliput Review, July 2nd, 2014
Selected by Don Wentworth


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