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Moku

July 28th, 2011

Ana Elsner, German born, living in San Francisco where she is part of the poetry scene coined the word Moku. It stands for her interpretation of haiku: MOdified haiKU. Here you see her reading July 30 - she reads very expressively- at the Om Shan Thé, on the weekly poetry night.







MOKU NUMBER SEVEN

child gathering up seashells
unselfconscious manifesto of sublime abandon
auspicious tidings

MOKU NUMMER ZEVEN

kind raapt zeeschelpen bijeen
onzelfbewust manifest van sublieme overgave
gunstige tijdingen

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