Daily Archives: January 24, 2017

The Sturdy Men – Yamabe no Akahito

The sturdy men Leave for the hunt; The maidens Trail the hems of scarlet skirts Across the clean swept beach. Advertisements

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To my Good Friend – Yamabe no Akahito

To my good friend Would I show, I thought, The plum blossoms, Now lost to sight Amid the falling snow.

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To the Fields in Springtime – Yamabe no Akahito

To the fields in springtime Picking violets Did I come So welcoming the fields A single night I slept there.

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When I Went Out – Yamabe no Akahito

When I went out In the Spring meadows To gather violets, I enjoyed myself So much that I stayed all night.

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Poem – Nothing Changes

We might to live and survive in our misery and pseudo-freedom another quarter of century or even more, but hope not for changes. Yes, nothing changes from such stagnant and deadly existence, and a living standards of Europe, even if … Continue reading

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Poem – England or Death

England or Death! – proclaimed illegal migrants from Senegal, Nigeria, Libya, Afghanistan attacking Caley tunnel I am to have got my spade and digging own personal tunnel navigating toward small aisle in North Sea to the dear England through entire … Continue reading

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Poem – The Anti Darwinism of Love

Nay, even the genius of observing far horisont eagle soaring in heaven, carefully selects convenient victim before attacking down as Death, so do the fastest runner cheetah hunting for antilopes he never run for the swiftest one – yes, ah … Continue reading

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