Richard Wright


Haiku (50, 51, 53, 57 & 58)

50

One magnolia
Landed upon another
In the dew-wet grass.

51

As the sun goes down,
a green melon splits open
And juice trickles out.

53

A sparrow's feather
On a barb of rusty wire
In the sizzling heat.

57

Sleety rain at night
Seasoning swelling turnips
With a tangy taste.

58

Heaps of black cherries
Glittering with drops of rain
In the evening sun.
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