Monday, October 26, 2015

"White Cat" by Junichiro Sekino

Funny how this white cat reminds me of landscapes, and the last white cat I wrote about on this blog (also with its tail cropped at the bottom of the picture plane,) too, reminded me of landscapes. Although Arthur Rigden Read's is more stately and Junichiro Sekino's is more stormy.

For this white cat I humbly offer this haiku:

Body as landscape
Pointed tuffs of fur as trees
Blown down in the wind

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