Call of the Kami
Lulu.com, May 1, 2007
The world is a fine tapestry, ever worked and ever evolving upon a loom. The worlds of the visible and invisible mesh, and sometimes the unseen is glimpsed between the red posts of the torii. The Kami ever call for their Miko, and they are both within us all. The flower of a poem opens her petals to the sun, amidst a garden of other poems.
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