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Posts from Week 6.

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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