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This is about how everyone should give their respects to those who are died in japan. Its unfair when people laugh at those poor Japanese people. :( Its not funny at all. Please either give respect or help them.
I used to be a famous Korean girl group idol. Used to model for eight different brands, used to party at the most exclusive clubs in the hottest cities...my career plunged two years ago. Even so, my story isn't over. I'd rather die than never sing again and after literally bumping into two of...
A short poem dedicated to the victims of the recent events in Japan. Our thoughts are with them all.
A love polygon, internal struggles, and friendships unfold between the same people in two different worlds. They have strange names, have strange personalities, and completely different backgrounds, yet they all meet in that world. And that's only because they had been in the same abandoned...
By Philip Roberts
Another poem about the regime of that monstrous madman Jeff Kennett!
the yamamoto family
the yamamoto mon
a new beginning
the family of george and coralee fukasawa
the family of lily yueda
the yutaka and rose yamamoto family
the family of tad and mary yamamoto
the family of kuni and misako yamamoto
the family of tom and mary...
The Yamamoto Family Reunion
Las vegas - June 2006
Part of the Japanese folklore series.
~Abumi-Guchi is a furry tsukumogami(creature made from an inanimate object) formed from a stirrup of a fallen soldier. It is believed to lay in wait for the soldier to return.~
By Philip Roberts
A realisation hit me that there are no entirely happy memories. All memories bring some sadness, if only at the fact that the good times we remember are now past. This is an attempt at a renge-style poem.
Poetry | Updated Dec 27, 2010 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
The story starts with a typical high school student named takasu yuichi who lives by himself in Japan. His parents are working overseas while supporting him by sending money to him.
One day, he received a letter from his parents sending a maid to look after him. At first, he didn't believe it...
By Alicia Freeman
Shishi is reunited with her best friend from grade school, and he has a secret. He wont tell her, but she might figure it out. When it happens to her.
By Nik Odayaka
A really simple and short poem of whatever's going through this head of mine. Mind you, they're very short and cut up lines.
Poetry | Updated Nov 27, 2010 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This is a Haiku Poem about deceptive individuals (spiritual predators) who try to entangle weak, vulnerable people back into the sins God has delivered them out of. Unlike other scavengers, these predators don't try to devour the carcass (sin), instead they try to resurrect it.
This is a paper I worked on over 10 weeks for my Masters degree Cross-cultural studies course MIH 514 on the mainland Japanese culture providing a overall picture of it.
Essay | Updated Sep 25, 2010 | Reads: 44 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Avery Gard
The days dragged on for poor Akihito Higane. Everyday he would wake up to his partner of the night running in fear of him. He'd go to work only to be harassed by old men. Life was just plain mean to him. it was only until his friend/boss gave him an new assignment. "Find my nephew and bring him...