About the Poem
The lecturer on Japanese stone gardens said the greatest skill of the gardener was to make every thing look perfectly natural, and my mind immediately gave me this haiku.
Stone Garden Haiku
|by Ted Reynolds|
|Mountains piled in heaps
all trace of the gardener
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