1887

Foreword

The title BAMBOO LEAVES is drawn from a parable. It is the opening poem in this book and appears as a "terca rima". Unlike other leaves, bamboo leaves when they fall and get blown off by the wind must nevertheless return to fall by their roots.

English

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