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The Wind From Kinabalu
by Agatha Lai
Length: 12 lines

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The Wind from Kinabalu 

When wind from Kinabalu blows,
crouch rows and rows
of golden grains
across the plains.
Their roots survive with minor wreck
for birds to peck
and hens to scratch,
beneath leaked thatch.
The winds from Kinabalu blows
as flowers doze
and petals heap
and willows weep.

 Sunset with heavy clouds from the summit of Mount Kinabalu
Sunset with heavy clouds from the summit of Mount Kinabalu
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Agatha   Malaysia
"Very vividly described. It brings tears to my eyes. I love the painting too."

Carol Dee Meeks   United States
"Beautiful write....Aggie....as usual, you have a way with words....puts the reader at the site. A very nice read."

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