Nagoya Writes

June 25, 2014

June Review

Filed under: Open Reading Minutes — show1miyamura @ 6:08 am

June 2014 Open Reading Review

I thank all the new members in joining our circle with three debuts. Bringing new thoughts to our gathering.
This Reading had a good mix and flow with six voices.

Alex McLaren ( UK ) -Debut-
~ Hylozore Review ~
I found myself wishing I could ‘Teep the fridge to find out what was in there.

Tammy Stone ( Canada ) -Debut-
~ The Smile ~
In the car accident the concussion she got immediately covered up the fact that she lost her short term
memory, which left her everything she had before the accident and a pleasant smile for everything that came after.

Shoichi Miyamura ( Japan )
~ Nursery Rhyme ~ by Rin Ishigaki
Daddy is dead / Put a white napkin on his head
~ Nameplate ~ by Rin Ishigaki
Where the spirit lives / the nameplate shouldn’t be hung by others, / Ishigaki Rin / that will do
~ When I Was at My Most Beautiful ~ by Noriko Ibaragi
When I was at my most beautiful / town after town came crashing down.

Hidemi Ohba ( Japan )
~ Dragonfly ~
I was good at Hypnotizing and catching dragonflies.
~ Marbles –  translated from Moto Hagio
This society is controlled very quietly and peacefully.

Yi Jihyun ( South Korea ) -Debut-
~ Emotions ~
Let the emotions grow for they look so beautiful for me.

Albert Sussler ( USA )
~ Letter of Pain ~
The sharing of thoughts breaks the wall of loneliness that can encase us all.

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Review’s quotes:
Speculating doesn’t hold a candle to being there.
Thank you all for making it happen.

Coming up:
July 20th: 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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