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  157.     

Welding In Pink

Even though sound organs are not dance,
The words are flowing out.
Even though a pair of ears are lost,
We can hear the sound of flower growing.
The pink words that will be saying by eyes
And the pink words that will be heard with ears
If it will be made up by mixing white and red,
it will be so bad.
 
MYAT KYAW

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  158.     

Travel Haiku - Washington National Cherry Blossom Festival

cherry blossom
our song crests in the fall
of the blossom

National Cherry Blossom Festival
a tidal of cherry blossom
join the chorus of our song

National Cherry Blossom Festival
we decide to dress up
in white and pink

National Cherry Blossom Festival
he asks whether she loves
white or pink

With everyone on tighter budgets, now's a great time to visit our nation's capital, one of the most wallet-friendly cities in the country. And this week you've got added incentive: Peak blooming time for Washington, D.C.'s famous cherry blossoms has been predicted for April 1-4 this year. The National Cherry Blossom Festival runs until April 12 and features tons of cultural performances and demonstrations, with a parade down Constitution Avenue on April 4. See the explosion of pink and white petals around the Tidal Basin, where you can also watch free performances—everything from martial arts to acts from America's Got Talent—every day at noon.
 
john tiong chunghoo

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  159.     

The Beautiful Azalea

The beautiful azalea is a woody shrub that never grows into a tree
But the pink flowers on the azalea are so beautiful to see
In the cool to warm days of October when Spring is in the air
And beautiful Mother Nature flowers on her green cloak wear,
How lovely the azalea in the cool shade of the trees
In her mass of pinkish flowers gently stirring in the breeze
Such a thing of natural beauty for to beautify the Spring
In the nice days of October when the nesting song birds sing,
In her tiny leaves of light green and her mass of bright pink flowers
The azalea she is blooming in the sunshine and Spring showers
But time it keeps on ticking and the years go quickly by
And how many more Octobers will i live for to enjoy?
The sight of the beautiful azalea in her pink flowers in the shade
A thing of such rare beauty by Nature only made.
 
Francis Duggan

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The Pink Carnation

I may walk until I’m fainting, I may write until I’m blinded,
I might drink until my back teeth are afloat,
But I can’t forget my ruin and the happy days behind it,
When I wore a pink carnation in my coat.

Oh, I thought that time could conquer, and I thought my heart would harden,
But it sends a sudden lump into my throat,
When I think of what I have been, and the cottage and the garden,
When I wore a pink carnation in my coat.

God forgive you, girl, and bless you! Let no line of mine distress you –
I am sorry for the bitter lines I wrote;
But remember, and think kindly, for we met and married blindly,
When I wore a pink carnation in my coat.
 
Henry Lawson

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