Winter Light

 /   /  By Emma Birches
Stone Soup Magazine
November/December 2000

By Miyo Kurosaki

Warm light
Streams from the sky
Snow swirls in freezing wind
Still, I will go out.
Through the branches sprinkles
A shower of light
A lesson from the trees
About the winter sun

 

Here is Miyo’s poem in Japanese:

Winter Light japanese versionatatakai hikari ga
sora kara futte kuru
fukisusabu kitakaze no naka
sore de mo watakushi wa soto ni deru
eda no suldma yori furisosogu
hikari no shawaa
gairoju ga oshiete kureta
mafuyu no taiyoo

Winter Light Miyo Kurosaki

Miyo Kurosaki, 12
Kyoto, Japan

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