Nagoya Writes

February 14, 2008

Untitled by Tatsuko Nagaya

Filed under: Issue: 2004,Nagaya,Poetry — usbengoshi @ 6:36 pm

A spider trapped in a massive sphere
Swings about the trees by a mere
With its shadow cast in-flight
With its brow of black and white
Up above – the sky so blue –
Where the twitter comes no clue
A veil of sunlight masks its eyes
A gale from the north seems wise
The spider hangs by a single thread
In the plenty of touch – of dread
Who can spot the bubble in a trillion
Popped away like a bunion


1 Comment »

  1. Nagaya has very beautifully translated her imagination into wods, carefully selected. Good poems express the personalities behind the words. I think Nagaya San has a very soft image of nature and is a nature lover.

    Comment by Wajahat Gardezi — December 31, 2008 @ 4:32 pm | Reply

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