Aokigahara in Japan Pantoum Poem

aokigahara_and_misaka_mountainsAokigahara, Misaka Mountains and Lake Sai as seen from Mount Ryu of Tenshi Mountains, Japan.

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Aokigahara in Japan Pantoum Poem

The sea of trees is a forest in Aokigahara Japan
Only thirty square meters, parts of it very dense
Making the porous lava absorb sound
Peace to visitors because of the sense of solitude

Only thirty square meters, parts of it very dense
Animals do not avoid it just listen you will hear them
Peace to visitors because of the sense of solitude
Many species of birds chirping out loudly around.

Animals do not avoid it just listen you will hear them
There are deer, foxes, and bears, so beware
Many species of birds chirping out loudly around
Be careful not to leave the official trails

There are deer, foxes, and bears, so beware
It is believed that ghost of the dead are there
Be careful not to leave the official trails
As it could be quite a nerve wrecking experience

It is believed that ghost of the dead are there
The forest floor consists primarily of volcanic rock
As it could be quite a nerve wrecking experience
Ice caves also wind caves are tourist attractions

The forest floor consists primarily of volcanic rock
So digging an emergency hole could be to no avail
Ice caves also wind caves are tourist attractions
It is believed that family would take the elderly to die

So digging an emergency hole could be to no avail
Making the porous lava absorb sound
It is believed that family would take the elderly to die
The sea of trees is a forest in Aokigahara Japan.

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