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Posts from Week 6.

Light Out

I was practicing piano in a practice room at Granoff when the light somehow went out, and I enjoyed a few moments of unconstrained playing in the darkness. Black and white keys Light out – Fingers set free. This week’s … Continue reading

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Here and Now

I was reading in the library on that dreary, rainy Wednesday when my gaze was pulled to the only bright object, a pool of water on the road. A restless pool, Lit from afar— Never one shape. The “here-and-now” describes … Continue reading

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The ever-changing and the poems

Nothing this week . I bought Keene’s translation of the book, and in the preface he gave several examples of the difficulty of translating haiku written in Japanese into English because of the simplicity and the reliance of Japanese language … Continue reading

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Misunderstanding Sorrow?

First, I saw no “draw this” on any slides… I’ll put up a picture after I know which to draw. Also, there is no category to add this post in for week 6… On the Monday of last week I … Continue reading

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