Tanka Success Poems | Tanka Poems About Success
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He wears an apron.
He tosses and twirls large knives.
He wears a strange hat.
He chops and cuts up the meat
at a Japanese Steakhouse.
Copyright © Jerry Stevenson
Garden isn’t robbed
Of its glory and luster
My breeze of vision
My thoughts, my dreams
A restorer of splendor
Copyright © Mohammad Yamin
go spot no spot stop
light is red now green I scream
dashing in and out
a clean sweep he lifts and bounce
tail wagging his ball retrieved
Copyright © TAMMY REAMS