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Glaring through windows
clear rain in the dew of face
cologne sniffed a reminder

Pleasant memories
death present in her lover
her soldier was once a man.

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(A sedoka. This poetry form is an un-rhymed form of two katauta. Each katauta has 3 lines, with the respective 5/7/7 syllable count. The style is Japanese, with originality beginning as a musical poem, but broadened to other subject matter.)

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