HIROAKI SATO ant ant ant ant ant four

November 9, 2011 § Leave a comment

Wartime

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February when people often die has come again

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Kubota Mantarô

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For my child leaving I pick moonlit eggplants and cook them

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Takeshita Shizunojo

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In the midst of layered spring haze a murderous intent

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Ugaki Matome

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The black cat too is painfully summer-thin in my house

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Mitsuhashi Takajo

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“Cease with destruction” “Cease with destruction” my heart freezes

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Kubota Mantarô

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In the pitch-dark room I remain leaning on a papered door

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Takeshita Shizunojo

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I fold only cranes with my child in the autumn shower

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Fubasami Fusae

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Under a two-day moon the Divine State has gotten small

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Watanabe Suiha

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All of them the writings my husband left in this seed bag

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Takeshita Shizunojo

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Survived: I sowed buckwheat and now it has flowered

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Hayashibara Raisei

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Hiroaki Sato, Translator

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