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Bronco commented on the blog post 'emptiness'
" Committed a few heists have you PDQ. I always knew there was some=thing dodgy about your persona. Especially when you described the fragrance left behind..."
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" Well at least there is conversation going on. Much better than ignorance, even worse ignoring. Who knows what people know, or even think. One will never know until dialogue begins. That is of course if that is what one wants..."
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Marty Maceda commented on the blog post 'emptiness'
"I guess it just goes to show if you ask people "what do you know?" that some may replyand perhaps honestly trybut  will you know what they know? Probably no."
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anna grace replied to the discussion 'Haiku Corner' in the group Tricycle Community Poetry Club
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Flo,   is  nebulous pardah…

Flo,  

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nebulous pardah of tears       

                                    and the moon  

not saying it all ?

I like what you say about the Ryokan poem,  yes,  fire was always used to cleanse and energise, the Zorashtrians, the Hindus, ... 

Maybe another meaning for Ryo…

Maybe another meaning for Ryokan's  poem could be... a spiritual spring cleaning, (or rather, an automn cleaning) - an 'autodafe', in that small temple..... to burn the old dry leaves, gathered by the wind.. ?
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