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  • Date Saburou Yukiie
    Makiwara-hime, I like your prose too!! ... Date The frost drawing near words brushed like quiet wispers... exposing one s heart... Forget they have never
    Message 1 of 152 , Oct 1, 2004
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      Makiwara-hime,
      I like your prose too!!
      :-)
      Date

      The frost drawing near
      words brushed like quiet wispers...
      exposing one's heart...
      Forget they have never met...
      Tender soles so far apart...

      Mullberry paper...
      can but record the feelings...
      such writing portends...
      The ink cannot try to mark...
      emotion that we pretend...



      Date



      --- In sca-jml@yahoogroups.com, "makiwara_no_yetsuko"
      <makiwara_no_yetsuko@y...> wrote:
      > --- In sca-jml@yahoogroups.com, "Date Saburou Yukiie" <kabuto@c...>
      > wrote:'
      >
      > Wow! I hope you're saving this stuff, Date-dono. These are good.
      Now
      > I have to think.....
      >
      > > Provocative one...
      > > fighting the tide so gently...
      > > living so grandly...
      > > can those people even know...
      > > the things you find attractive?
      >
      > Ever shifting sand
      > Fights not the swirling torrents
      > Of the raging tide.
      > Sand and tide together dance,
      > Ever changing yet unmarred.
      >
      > > Sadly mistaken,
      > > fenced in behind their cages...
      > > the world is not round...
      > > for all their vim and vigor...
      > > they will not even explore...
      >
      > Poor foolish monkey,
      > Reaching for light the river.
      > Why is the moon wet?
      > More foolish yet the poor fool
      > Who does not think to question.
      >
      > > Forgive their folley...
      > > fantasy dreams of borders...
      > > who can deny them?
      > > those that pen all of the rules...
      > > will find their candle is snuffed...
      >
      > They try to define
      > Themselves by rules of a game,
      > While prating of dreams.
      > What rule can ever define
      > Whose dream is more "right" than whose?
      >
      > Makiwara
    • Ii Saburou
      O-tanjobi ni omedetou gozaimasu! (*Happy Birthday!) 229 years--older than the nation (yup, 11/10/1775). ;) -Ii
      Message 152 of 152 , Nov 10, 2004
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        O-tanjobi ni omedetou gozaimasu! (*Happy Birthday!)

        229 years--older than the nation (yup, 11/10/1775). ;)

        -Ii

        On Wed, 10 Nov 2004, Date Saburou Yukiie wrote:

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