Nagoya Writes

October 4, 2008

Sept. 2008 Open Reading

Filed under: Open Reading Minutes,Sussler — usbengoshi @ 5:06 pm

Open reading at Red Rock

 

Open reading at Red Rock

 

Dear Nagoya Writes,
The September read got to a good start.

Joe started the Reading with his three poems.
Goya – Picasso
‘ Keep the bulls in the ring’
Back on Tour
‘ Don’t worry about numerous potatoes and their eyes’
You will not like this poem.

Takashi read three poems
It is life in slow motion
‘The train that suddenly stops with no station around’
Impossible
‘ Any surface not paved is not acceptable said the bicyclist’
Sept 2008
‘Money is frozen, refusing to flow’

Albert read of his experience trying to create a mural for the Junior 
High School.
The Sea horse
‘A gray cold concrete wall, blank with inspiration’

Ernie read from the novel he is writing
‘ futile to have a gun fight in a hotel’

Ayako read of her experiences growing up in Hanasaki Hokkaido.
‘ bought milk from a farmer on a cliff.’
‘ Her father answered her, I am not big nor am I small.’
I wonder if you know
‘ Strange stairs of leaf lips’

There were several new guess.
Marina, Malisa and Mandy who expressed reading in the months to come.
I was sad not to include one Reader who left before his time came up.
In the future if you want to read but need to leave early do tell me
so I can work you in.

Thanks everyone for a good gathering.
Look forward to more at our next reading scheduled for
October 26th

Albert

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