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The faces of the dolls!
Though I never intended to
I have grown up.

Enomoto Seifu-Jo (Japan, 1732-1815)

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Woman passing by,
so close to my eyes
so far from my life

Juan Tablada (Mexico, 1871 – 1945)

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"Isn't it cold?" I ask.
And having someone there
who will reply "Yes, it's realy getting cold"
provides the warmth.

Machi Tawara (Japan)

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Somehow
It's like visiting the grave of a first love,
This being in the suburbs.

Ishikawa Takuboku (Japan, 1886-1912)

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The madman
emerges from the movies:
the street at lunchtime.

Allen Ginsberg (USA, 1926-1997)

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Too lazy to be ambitious,
I let the world take care of itself.

Taigu Ryokan (Japan, 1758-1831)

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Opening the window –
A windowful of Spring.

Taneda Santoka (Japan, 1882-1940)

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Here it is – right now.
Start thinking about it
and you miss it.

Huang-po Hsi-yun (China, IX century)

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Me –
Helpless and good for nothing,
Walking.

Taneda Santoka (Japan, 1882-1940)

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Grandchildren come
and drag me out of bed —
the years end.

Kawai Chigetsu (Japan, 1634-1718)

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Spirit of a place
a film
on the photograph.

Jane Reichhold (USA)

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Not having a house –
Only the deepening of autumn.

Taneda Santoka (Japan, 1882-1940)

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Alone
in a narrow passage
canyon walls echo

(Garry Gay, USA)

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Yesterday we met
and today we meet again,
and you say to me, "it's been a while" —
Yes, it's been a while.

Machi Tawara (Japan)

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