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    These are even less well
    played as Kyoka which (following MHenry's prompt to
    Kujaku Ships & Poetry blog/website of Chesapeake Bay poet M. Kei.)
    are supposed to come with wit. (I've had to borrow Bob Grant's)


    .Atoll (kyoka?)


    So I read the screed,

    no anchorage found

    swung lead pulls up sand

    a spy glass for the blind

    oystered pearl coral bound.


    Oysters with true grit's

    unscratchable itch give it

    nacreous embodiment,

    the pearl handled threat

    a knife to make the split


    In Nippon


    Lake Biwa pearls fresh

    farmed three years

    to adorn

    scorn

    the sphere.


    Just Eat


    Tongue teeth cheek chew,

    rumination turns on nip

    interlaced with tuck

    misplaced

    a bitten lip.
    Last edited by Johntee; 04-19-2018, 07:40 AM.

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    Johntee, I do enjoy your poetry.

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    • Johntee
      Johntee commented
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      Then I am pleased to be your supplier (of reads that is)
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