Tag Archives: Miho Kinnas

Half-Moon

He always knew his answer. Following the clues, the music creeps up the slope. The horizon is hemmed in colors contrasting yet within the shades of shifting hydrangea blooms. Bats slash the dome of the dusk a few times and … Continue reading

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Treasure Chest

Two fighter jets in tandem out of sight I hear the sound Stepping aside just in time not to spoil the photograph her emerald green sari The sparkle an asterisk in the telescope the reflection on a long-gone planet of … Continue reading

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Coloring Book

I dropped coins in a lonely phone booth with an intermittent light. The line went live but my practiced laughter was dashed within a few words. What would happen to the remaining time and the words you didn’t hear? I … Continue reading

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So many moons

Along the road So many moons the faces from the past Shone – the right half the low ceiling echoes the whisper The dim lights catch the laughter of echoes so many moons Flying over a moon suddenly it is … Continue reading

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Anthology of Your Belongings

Secondhand that includes me I am rerouted in the list of maps Recycled words Collected from the corners from the shades They must be the different takes of you like the photographs I find myself taken on unseen streets cross-referenced … Continue reading

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