Nagoya Writes

December 17, 2016

November Review

Filed under: Open Reading Minutes — show1miyamura @ 7:05 am

November 2016 Open Reading Review

For our November meeting.
Images of nature, observing our surroundings and our place in this world.
Several new members joined our gathering, sharing fresh styles
like adding new spice to our readings. Thanks all for sharing.

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Shoichi Miyamura ( Japan )

~ “To Wait” ~
To walk, not being able to stay still while waiting.

~ “Mop” ~  by Hisanori Katoh
Ripped, wrung, dried-out and twisted, the Mop is left on the floor of a late night kitchen.

Masako Izumi ( Japan )

~ “Night River” ~
The tip of its tongue licking the night.

~ “One Art” ~  by Elizabeth Bishop
The art of losing isn’t hard to master.

~ “Sistina” ~  by Elizabeth Bishop
Hovers above the old grandmother and her tea cup full of dark brown tears.

Albert Sussler ( USA )

~ “The Zen of Rock and Sand” ~
There is no perfection in the world, imbalance is what creates all movement and energy.

~ “Yojijukugo ( 4 words )” ~
Childhood, everything is astonishing.

S. Elliot ( USA )  – debut

~ “The White Noise” ~
A large crab lathered in the bubbles  of its own saliva, scooping a pincer across its face, as if bathing.

Bertram Mullin ( USA )

~ “Demon Blade Bearer” ~
The gargoyle sat on a handle which contained three blades with sharp tips and flat edges spun into one winding sword.

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Coming up:

December 18th: Sunday
Open Reading: from 3:00 ~ 5:00P.M.

Location: Space Sakura, near Shinsakae station.

Map to the venue: Please click here.

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

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Help to spread the word.

Albert

 

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