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  1. Kat Says:

    Otsuyu Nakagawa quote

  2. Birgit Says:

    Your title quote made me curious. I found the whole poem, which is beautiful, but not much about the writer.

    Nakagawa Otsuyu (1675 – 1739) Haiku poet and painter

    The year has turned its circle,
    The seasons come and go.
    The harvest all is gathered in
    And chilly north winds blow.
    Orchards have shared their treasures,
    The fields, their yellow grain,
    So open wide the doorway-
    Thanksgiving comes again!
    Autumn is marching on: even the scarecrows are wearing dead leaves.
    (Otsuyu Nakagawa)

    • Kat Says:

      Thanks for posting that, Birgit. I read the poem and took the last line as I thought it best summed up my post, but I didn’t think of posting the whole poem.

      I don’t know a thing about the author either.

  3. minicapt Says:

    Hay good-lookin’ …

    Cheers


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