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Area 17: More than one fold in the paper: Kire, kigo, and the vertical axis of meaning in haiku by Alan Summers

 

From Lacock, England ©Alan Summers 2014

Area 17: More than one fold in the paper: Kire, kigo, and the vertical axis of meaning in haiku by Alan Summers.

Twelve Views from the Distance by Mutsuo Takahashi, translated by Jeffrey Angles / 日付変更線 International Date Line

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Twelve Views from the Distance by Mutsuo Takahashi

“It is important that what we have written will in the end one day disappear. . . . Language leaves no trace, and even the faint memory of it will eventually fade. That may be the most wonderful thing about it.”      ~ TAKAHASHI MUTSUO, from A Conversation About Words