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Taking Down a Trellis

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Tie stick already wither and fall
Pumpkin leaf become sparse
Lucky bear fruit white flower finish
Better take leave green vine eliminate
Autumn insect sound not go
Dusk sparrow think what
Cold thing now lie waste
Human life also have beginning


The sticks I tied already wither and fall,
The pumpkin leaves are getting sparse and thin.
It's lucky that the white flowers fully grew,
You have to help the green vines fade away.
There's no end to the sound of insects in autumn,
Whatever's in the minds of the sparrows at dusk?
Now, the world is one of cold and waste;
Human life has its beginning too.

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