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Toze Kangri, China
by Sandra S Corona
Wednesday, March 15, 2006
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Where men trod, they trespass and destroy.
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Toze Kangri, China
Sandra S. Corona

Tenacity is easier when one has no choice.
Rickshas, heavy-laden, furrow in virgin snow,
sun feathers through reefs of clouds, a finch chirps gaily.
One voice
I know
comes daily.
Snow-blanketed pink hills, brushed with nature's slanted rays,
lead to long bands of purple, green, yellow and red haze ...
a high altitude circumhorizontal rainbow.
From Him
I know
it's hue and glow.
Yak, Kiang, brown bear, sheep, gazelle, chiru--wildlife--
abundantly thrive in areas where men don't dwell.
A dark curtain, squall, waltzes across the steppe, hard rain.
One voice
sweet, slow,
a cold, slick, pane.
Crab-crawling--tired, besat by fatigue. We seek, find
calving grounds of the nutritionally adaptive
chiru. Thirteen thousand years ago this land was lush
but now
I know
... it isn't such.

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Reviewed by Regis Auffray 3/18/2006
Sandy! I've never been there but you brought pictures to my mind. Thank you. Love and peace,

Regis
Reviewed by Crystal Silver Angel (Reader) 3/15/2006
(((((((((((( SANDRA )))))))))))))))))
this is a beauty..!!!!! Thanks for sharing

love joanne
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 3/15/2006
Sandra,

A beautifully imaged write that brings China vividly to life to those who've never been there. Well done!

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
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