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Posts from Week 6.

6 Tarantino Evan

Walking down my street, I noticed three icicles hanging off the back of a car. In a driveway Icicles drip Onto asphalt   I have been thinking a lot about the distinction that Professor Inouye made in class last week … Continue reading

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6 Chang Eugenia

Walking through Back Bay Fens Sunday afternoon Half-frozen lake— The ducks navigate the Emerald Necklace. pic Like the buck’s antlers, we point in slightly different directions, my friend (Basho, 70) Basho wrote this poem as he was saying goodbye to … Continue reading

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6 Le Hoang Yen

I went out of my dorm to grab breakfast on a Saturday morning. The breeze Blows lightly – Not hot, not cold. This week, we focused on one of the most famous poets of Edo Period, Matsuo Bashō, and his … Continue reading

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6 Chan Karen

Looking out the window one afternoon and seeing the vast amount of land before me. Outside the window – Unending sight of trees. The drifting clouds. This week’s topics focused on the order of here-and-now and the ideas of Matsuo … Continue reading

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6 Zhang, Jiabin

When I walked past Tisch, a flock of geese flew over my head. Loud honks Shadows on the ground– Canadian geese This week we talked about Matsuo Basho, arguably the most well-known Japanese poet. He is described as a “pre-modern” … Continue reading

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6 Menard Kristen

6 Menard Kristen

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6 Schwartz Ezra

I was walking to Gancher when I saw Canadian geese flying in formation.   In this weeks readings a distinction was made between sorrow and loneliness. Although it is true that loneliness may lead to sorrow, the opposite is not … Continue reading

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