Tag: japanese

  • Klara and the Sun

    Klara and the Sun

    Motherfucker made me cry on a train. That’s not a nice thing to do but I don’t let stuff like that get to me anymore. Boys can cry, too. Don’t let the gender Nazis tell you different. Besides, Kazuo Ishiguro can’t hide his tear-jerking beauty any better than the rest of us can. I don’t…

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  • When the wind is strong

    When the wind is strong, The earth seems like someone’s kite. But as it is still high noon, Men notice that night is already there. The wind uses no words, But only frets as it swirls about. I think of the winds on other starts, Whether they could be friends together. On the earth, there…

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  • I’ve changed completely

    I’ve changed completely Yes I’m wearing the same tie as yesterday I’m as poor as yesterday As useless as yesterday Even so I’ve changed completely. Yes I’m wearing the same clothes as yesterday I’m as blind drunk as yesterday As clumsy as yesterday Even so I’ve changed completely Ah Faced with all the half smiles…

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  • Words words

      I keep on vacant land A horse which none can see Now and again grasping the reins I go to meet a twelfth-century Zen priest He lived for eight hundred years There is no trace of his body His body has turned into words Soon even the words will be gone Until then a…

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  • Day 16

    Day 16 – Total confirmed cases in US: 164,719 I know I’m not the only one who finds it hard to read a book these days. It’s hard to concentrate on literature, even though the distraction of getting lost in an imaginary world sounds incredibly sweet right now. Someone I know suggested reading poetry as…

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