While the Snow Falls Before Me

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While the snow, heavy and unabated, falls before me

My thoughts turn to the summer brooklet, shallow and shining

Streaming down the mountainside

Where I used to gather the round stones alone

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When I grow up I wanna be …

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When I grow up I wanna be a kabuki actor.
Do you think I could make it?

大きくなったら。。。

ボク、大きくなったら、歌舞伎役者になりたいの。

なれると思う?

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Meditation on a Title and an Introductory Poem as found in “Nature” by Ralph Waldo Emerson

The Sea Trials of an Unfortunate Sailor by Kurt Brindley

Dactyl Review

seatrialsBefore I begin this review, let me first recommend to anyone whom it persuades to read The Sea Trials of an Unfortunate Sailor (Amazon,198 pages), that after doing so they further benefit themselves by looking again at their copy of Herman Melville’s Billy Budd, Sailor that I shall, however, quote from extensively. Kurt Brindley’s accomplishment should come into even greater focus when looked at through the lens of the nineteenth-century classic novel.

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Paul Xylinides, a literary fiction author in the classical sense for our less than literary contemporary times – A Review