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Poetry International Web:
Editorial October 2007

Japan is not just a country in transition, its reality is in transit as well. Japanese editor, Yasuhiro Yotsumoto concurs with Kiji Kutani’s presentation of what he describes as an "emerging reality in which things that were once solid and meaningful are melting down". To demonstrate, he quotes the poem, 'Coquettish Glances':
the moment the train pulled into Koiwa,
she turned soundlessly into a translucent morsel
and came sliding towards my feet
at a snail’s pace.
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