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By Maziar Ouliaei-Nia
September 30, 2002
The Iranian

He came to bear the burdens
of trees,
trim away heaviness,
thin the crowd of new slips
to call forth the buds,
to reduce a green chaos.

He gave a welcome to the leaves,
inquired after the first name
of each flower,
tipped his hat to the willow,
pulled on his moustache,
and returned as he'd come
along the garden path.

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