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To Donald Keene
To Donald Keene weowe much of what we know ofJapan's verse and prose.In shadow of rising sunstood the lean tree unobserved.Then Keene could be heardin accents lucid and keenrendering the sceneand the bare branch of winterburst into cherry blossom.
Posted by The Best American Poetry on October 17, 2010 at 02:08 PM in Literary All Stars | Permalink
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