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For My Lovely Son
by Ayatullah Nurjati

I didn't realize I am getting old
Dusk and maybe dim like an incandescent lamp that runs out of electricity
I am not realizing this hair is now gray
Gray hair is similar to the petals of water guava that fall out sucked honey by
bees and even by the gentle wind in the dry season

I don't do much to prove that I'm a passionate person
A desire that sometimes I find it difficult to contain it
There are not many things I have done to prove that even though you are far
away, you are very close to my heart

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Rites of the Seventh Month
by Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu

Empyrean drops,
Monument of July,
The pluvial chapter of life...

O July of enfeebled yolk,
Dispenser of splendour of sempervirence,
God has watered your tongue.
Therefore, pour, July, pour
The essence of life,
The grit of living

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Season of Bloom
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Late June's musky days
and gardens tell their rapture
in colorful fumes.
Such feverish excitement
in season of bloom, verdant!

Scarlet and gold reign
'Til peach and plum take over
Pinks and blues follow.
Muggy days and heady nights

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Rage of the Season
by Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu

Behold the white rage in the voice of
this thunder of
this January rain

Peer well through the window;
you shall see the fatted rage that wakes up
the somnambulist

The rage is distant but distinct,
escorted by bits of frozen clouds

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The Farmer’s Rain
by Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu

Drops.
In clots they come,
Jetting down festers of
The mean clouds that soar even higher.

Down here, the feet of the soil are mere clod.

Furnace rules upon the face of the waves,
Brewed and distilled from faceless chimneys.
The farmer’s rain is abroad.

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Recent Season Poems
Season of Bloom
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Late June's musky days
and gardens tell their rapture
in colorful fumes.
Such feverish excitement
in season of bloom, verdant!

Scarlet and gold reign
'Til peach and plum take over
Pinks and blues follow.
Muggy days and heady nights

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Chirping Sparrow
by Pijush Biswas

'Twi-tu, twi-tu', chirping sparrow
Let them sing full-throat'd yet
Until silence, broken, comes to end morrow.

No space, nor attic left empty
They, being engulfed in hope
Dwell there, perhaps, to seek beauty.

'Twi-tu, twi-tu', season stirred by tune
The ruffled, fluttered wings of clever beings

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On A Rainy Day
by Pijush Biswas

The sky is overcast with cloud-
The sun knows not where his pride lays;
A stolid day among untiring days.
Continuous thunders, or sounds, loud-
Make the day untrim
Dark and dim.

The Earth looks gloomy under veil
'Tis nothing but fearful symmetry
Can do him deviated from beauty

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The Farmer’s Rain
by Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu

Drops.
In clots they come,
Jetting down festers of
The mean clouds that soar even higher.

Down here, the feet of the soil are mere clod.

Furnace rules upon the face of the waves,
Brewed and distilled from faceless chimneys.
The farmer’s rain is abroad.

......

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Rites of the Seventh Month
by Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu

Empyrean drops,
Monument of July,
The pluvial chapter of life...

O July of enfeebled yolk,
Dispenser of splendour of sempervirence,
God has watered your tongue.
Therefore, pour, July, pour
The essence of life,
The grit of living

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