With no place to go. That’s how you feel when a taxi driver tells you (his salty eyes in the rearview mirror/ through which he looks at/…… Read more “Far too close by”
the birds. now we do not need landing runways we have no body we are just our breath coming out of the blue.
Dear Soseki-san, Am I over-interpreting your novel, when I say that it has at least a twofold interpretation? The way I see it, the plot unfolds itself, on…… Read more ““I bear with my loneliness now””
Natsume Sōseki (1867–1916), born Natsume Kinnosuke, was a widely read Japanese novelist of the Meiji period (1868–1912). He also wrote essays, haiku and kanshi poetry. Born in a family… Read more "Natsume Sōseki"