March II


Sudden the air grows dark – unsettles
Each shoulder trembles, afraid
For to the East – the eyes of a beast
Rumbles the earth and quakes

From the mountains down, a voice shouts
Then millisieverts rage
The curie abound about the towns
To each his REM displaced

So bird and fish and human went
Beyond some western wall
Cowered under sheets and clover
The eyes amongst the clouds

The rain now stings their hopes and dreams
Like tar from perdition
Replaced with screams, the delicate things
Now form a Polygon

So they sit.
Just for morning.
To find a sun rizen
Above the mountain’s high-top hilt
Blossoms each new season


5 thoughts on “March II

    • Hmmm, quite an interesting challenge. I immediately thought of “Seaside Rendezvous,” where Queen did the musical instruments with their respective mouths. I would REALLY need to pay attention to the sounds of words and tenor of the words. I’ll see what I can do. がんばります!

    • Thank you very much for the compliment. Some poet, “Paul” something or other, has been writing great poetry using brilliant technical terms and vocabulary, so I thought I’d give it a try. 🙂

      And unfortunately I had to study a bit about radiation once I decided to move to Fukushima. While I’m out of “the danger zone,” it is something to be aware of in this area. The east coast has too many hard days in front of it, and the folks in this area still need help. Thank you again, for both your words and inspiration. m(_ _)m


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