Four Haiku On Zatoichi (For Shintaro Katsu)

Poem By alexandre arnau

dice thrown from rough hands
karma decided from this:
the sound of a cup

wandering masseur
walking roads on wooden shoes
sounds of life guiding

blown by winds of fate
the falling leaf hates the wind
for where it must fall

blind eyes peer through clouds
lightning flash from evening sky;
flashing justice seen

Comments about Four Haiku On Zatoichi (For Shintaro Katsu)

Love the third little haiku! Wonderful!
I LOVE Zatoichi! Excellent haiku..


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