Nagoya Writes

June 3, 2014

May Review

Filed under: Open Reading Minutes — show1miyamura @ 6:17 am

May 2014 Open Reading Review

These are the days of spring when Japan’s weather is at its best.
It was a good turn out with new and old readers for a good mix.

Albert Sussler ( USA )
~ Rikuzen-Takata ~
That security of knowing where the last tsunami had reached proven life taking wrong.
~ Cycling Haiku ~
traveling alone,
one savers the essence,
of each word spoken.

Linda Donan ( USA )
~ Misunderstandings and Mistakes ~
I’m just a kid, and so we don’t really like talking about girlfriends,
kissing, and stuff like that. But we do like talking about bad breath.

Kyoko Okamoto  ( Japan )
~ recital of Assembly Line Workers (TED Talk) ~
This equation of Western demand and Chinese suffering is appealing.
~ Haiku ~
A Buddha carved in wood
Lets a fly walk
On his big palm

Brett Hack ( USA )
~ Grocery Store Romance Amalgamation ~
Like it’s what you’re always freakin’ doing. Peeling off your skin to
where you can’t feel the air in front of your face just so you can look
in the mirror at your own skull and poke at it like it’s going to tell
you something. It’s what’s screwing you up. That’s prolly why you
used it as a threat.

Hidemi Ohba ( Japan )
~ Marble Game ~
Please send an investigator. We have a psychic.

Rich Buckley  ( Cornwall )
~ Lessons Learned ~
has the penny dropped  and
where does it stop?

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A new record for the NW… three debut at once. Keeping the Nagoya Writes alive.

Coming up:
June 15th: Sunday
Open Reading: from 3:00 ~ 5:00P.M.
At the Kameshima Community Center.

Map to the venue: Click here.
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Help to spread the word.

cheers from

Albert & Brett

 

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