Amano Yoshitaka JAPAN Final Fantasy by Yoshitaka Amano

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She's an actress. " "No. " "Don't make light of this. " "I know that. It's not just a game for me either. To love someone is to put your life on the line. " "Well, I'm not getting the picture. Let's have some of that realism. Why don't you take her somewhere, on a trip or something? " "The thing is, she's not a woman who moves a lot. She's like ... " "You're too self-conscious, that's the problem. All right, we're just going to have to plod ahead with it, then. " "Fine. " "The night before. All I said was 'Let's take a trip,' and she nodded.

What is one to think of poems like these? I now wonder if, for his own sake, it wouldn't have been better for our dapper precieux to keep these little treasures of his locked away forever. At the time, though, I had great respect for my brother's absolute dedication to burlesque, and since he was a member of the rather well known literary coterie in Tokyo that put out the magazine Crossroads, and since, furthermore, he seemed particularly proud of these two poems and when going over the proofs at the local printer's had read them aloud with a peculiar, lilting rhythm ("It was a red canna.

The thing is, she's not a woman who moves a lot. She's like ... " "You're too self-conscious, that's the problem. All right, we're just going to have to plod ahead with it, then. " "Fine. " "The night before. All I said was 'Let's take a trip,' and she nodded. " "Wait, wait. What is she? " "No. Women writers don't have a very high opinion of me, somehow. An artist, a painter who's grown a bit weary of life. " 48 SELF PORTRAITS "You think so? Well then, what? A geisha? " "Maybe, maybe not. Even if I have, the memory of it is hazy, like a dream.

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