Yokohama Days, Kyoto Nights
Though the eyes of a poet two Japanese cities are merged in Yokahama Days, Kyoto Nights into a single duality of day and night. Both poem-journal and mood map, in these brief descriptive pieces the poet discovers a mirror of his own dual consciousness.
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