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Archive: American Haibun & Haiga Volume 4

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Jim Kacian


The Interview

What joy! in his voice, explaining, explaining: the way is clearly marked, but the following of it is hard, requires discipline, striving, concentration, requires the moving through, the working out, the awareness of—Nothing! and that realized it is easy, easy, the path is broad and there is nowhere we can fall through, or away, or off . . .

on an interview tape
from far away
the song of foreign birds

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