Nagoya Writes

September 13, 2016

August Review

Filed under: Open Reading Minutes — show1miyamura @ 6:15 am

August 2016 Open Reading Review

Hot humid days of mid August. Many of our members are out exploring, to find adventure before returning to work.
A few of us gathered to share our thoughts, then return to the heat of the long days of summer.


Albert Sussler ( USA )

~ “Wabi-sabi” ~
Nothing lasts, nothing is finished, nothing is perfect, that is where the beauty lies.

~ “Dream” ~
Why is my mind trying to make me believe I lived in a place that never existed.

~ “Joke: The temple’s tradition.” ~
If we don’t come to a solution, people will argue about the tradition.

Shoichi Miyamura ( Japan )

~ “Abekobe Words” ~
The scope of secrecy is even secret.

~ “Beach” ~
The shoes they wore everyday were worn out repeatedly.

~ “Toronagashi” by Kiyoko Ogawa ~
Those who take to the oars in a small boat on the dark river coexist, just a while,
With those who left individually before.

Yu Kawamura ( Japan )

~ “Zenogiyasu” ~
Fate gives me something special but I must give back fate something special.

Shun Ikeda ( Japan )

~ “The Long and Winding Road” by Paul McCartney ~
Why leave me standing here, let me know the way.


Coming up:

September 25th: Sunday
Open Reading: from 3:00 ~ 5:00 P.M.
Location: Space Sakura, Shin-Sakae

Map to the venue: Please click here.

(It is on the northeastern corner of the block facing a bigger street, next to “Haruru” Cafe.)


Help to spread the word.




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