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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: 41 | 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...
By Ichi Clairvoyance
Since I haven't posted anything here in quite some time... I guess I'll indulge.
Akira Takahashi is not your typical first year high school student! She actually wants to go to a high school in Japan!With that tough dream to accomplish, how will she come up with the money?! But, while Akira was on the job, she happen to randomly meet a celebrity!
Haikus about death.
Poetry | Updated Jun 20, 2010 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
Dedication: To all U.S. Military Veterans and in commemoration of the annual American national holidays of Memorial Day (last Monday in May), Independence Day (July 4) and Veteranâ€™s (Armistice) Day (November 11).
While surfing the YouTube website to find some original recordings of...
I really dont know.
JUST SOMETHING I GOT IN THE WORKS.
Book | Updated May 10, 2010 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
Poetry | Updated Mar 12, 2010 | Reads: 10 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Of Rice and Yen is a book on Japanese society, people, and culture with a refreshing difference. A truly honest and balanced account of the country, it covers not only the good aspects of Japanese society but, uniquely, provides a concise and critical account of the worst bits as well.
Koyama, Keita has it all. Fancy house no, but he does have cars, cash, drugs, girls and a gang that will bow to his will. What he doesn't have is the one thing that keeps him sane.
Hiromi, Yume, smart, rich beautiful. Top of the elite in her social class. Yet behind all that no one knows...
Before you really get into this book, I must tell you that it is an almost normal story about an almost normal person. If you want a story about a completely normal human being, read a different book. Because I am a werewolf.
Let me first tell you, I lead a normal life aside from the full...
By Joe Skriv
A photo essay of a trip for groceries in Yokohama.