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SUMMARY On Knowing Oneself Too Well 107 At the turn of the twentieth century Ishikawa Takuboku took Japan's ancient highly formal poetic tradition and turned it to the purposes of an impassioned sensibility in a rapidly modernizing world Beginning with poems rich in childhood sorrow and wonder he progressed in his short life to a poetry of searing objectivity and miraculous self knowing Before dying of tuberculosis Takuboku achieved in his poems a kind of Buddhist awakening observing by their means the emptiness of self in a riveting and heartbreaking world On Knowing Oneself Too Well offers in Tamae K Prindle's lucid translations the most comprehensive. 455I wish to experience the sort of loveThat compels the dipping of my burning faceIn softly piled snow DeathIt seems the same as taking some medicine Since my heart aches so Whoever made me bowEven once I pray they all may die I have a kind of cliff in my headFrom which the soil keeps erodingDay after day SmellingThe paper of a new foreign bookI longed suddenly for some money Though the place is unfamiliar except for the nameThe cheap lodging feeMakes me feel at homeThe lodging placeWhere I stayed to cry heartily The lukewarmness of their tea When I asked if she wanted to dieThe woman showed meA scar on her throat Like a scratch on a white lampshadeIt is impossible to eraseThe memory of exile The fading shadow on the sh ji screen As I see itMy heart gradually grows dark The sorrowOf not having a strong pangWhen my child s body grows colder For no particular reasonI feel a little cheerful this morning I cut my fingernails I fear my recent reckless attitudeOf surrendering all my hopesTo the course of my fate Wishing to make flowers blossom overnightI warmed the cherry plant over the fireAll in vain By the doctor s words Don t you want to live then I was hushed My friends and my wife seem to feel sadSince I never cease talking about revolutionsThough in sickbed I took a penJust to write The morning with some fresh flowers in my vase Doc Featherstones Return Lost Shifters #24 it to the purposes of an Tia and the Firefighter The Pleasure Of His Punishment​ #12 impassioned sensibility Bright and Early Thursday Evening A Tangled Tale in a rapidly modernizing world Beginning with poems rich My valiant knight in childhood sorrow and wonder he progressed The White Lantern in his short life to a poetry of searing objectivity and miraculous self knowing Before dying of tuberculosis Takuboku achieved Dual Abduction Alien Abduction #3 in his poems a kind of Buddhist awakening observing by their means the emptiness of self Seven Wishes in a riveting and heartbreaking world On Knowing Oneself Too Well offers Stumptown Vol 1 in Tamae K Prindle's lucid translations the most comprehensive. 455I wish to experience the sort of loveThat compels the dipping of my burning faceIn softly piled snow DeathIt seems the same as taking some medicine Since my heart aches so Whoever made me bowEven once I pray they all may die I have a kind of cliff The Natural Mind Waking Up Volume I in my headFrom which the soil keeps erodingDay after day SmellingThe paper of a new foreign bookI longed suddenly for some money Though the place Surprised by Suffering is unfamiliar except for the nameThe cheap lodging feeMakes me feel at homeThe lodging placeWhere I stayed to cry heartily The lukewarmness of their tea When I asked Fun with Zip and Zap Phonics chapter book if she wanted to dieThe woman showed meA scar on her throat Like a scratch on a white lampshadeIt The Best American Science Writing 2006 impossible to eraseThe memory of exile The fading shadow on the sh ji screen As I see Farmer itMy heart gradually grows dark The sorrowOf not having a strong pangWhen my child s body grows colder For no particular reasonI feel a little cheerful this morning I cut my fingernails I fear my recent reckless attitudeOf surrendering all my hopesTo the course of my fate Wishing to make flowers blossom overnightI warmed the cherry plant over the fireAll Expanding Opportunity in vain By the doctor s words Don t you want to live then I was hushed My friends and my wife seem to feel sadSince I never cease talking about revolutionsThough A Little Mistake in sickbed I took a penJust to write The morning with some fresh flowers Gaia Ambition in my vase

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SUMMARY On Knowing Oneself Too Well 107 Evelations uiet ecstasies Died young and left poems of a wry beauty given to us here in uiet affectionate English translation Robert Kelly The poet as woodpecker indeed Ishikawa Takuboku's clear pecked rhythms images are a perfect delight Are they large rain drops sparingly tapping the drum taut paper of a shoji screen or the poet's tensed fingers rapping on his tablet The reader sits listens looks and the world grows uiet except for that nano perception that now begins to fill the world The small daily pain or pleasure exuisitely brought over into the simplest of words and yet all the world is thus said Pierre Jor. This is the greatest collection of poetry by any poet of any nationality I have ever read No word is wasted and its power is breathtaking Chasing Rainbows indeed Ishikawa Takuboku's clear pecked rhythms سينمانياالولع بالأفلام ورؤية مختلفة لقراءتها images are a perfect delight Are they large rain drops sparingly tapping the drum taut paper of a shoji screen or the poet's tensed fingers rapping on his tablet The reader sits listens looks and the world grows uiet except for that nano perception that now begins to fill the world The small daily pain or pleasure exuisitely brought over Redemption into the simplest of words and yet all the world Addison Blakely is thus said Pierre Jor. This The Collective is the greatest collection of poetry by any poet of any nationality I have ever read No word King of Kings Ballantyne #6 is wasted and Der kleine Vampir its power Hearthkeeper is breathtaking

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SUMMARY On Knowing Oneself Too Well 107 Selection available in English of this vital modern poet Ishikawa died at twenty six lived long enough to change his name to woodpecker died young lived long enough to take an old form tanka and make it new died young lived long enough to read foreign books and taste foreign wine died young but had chance to sing himself a long song Whitman's eyes turned humbly fiercely outward careful what he sees died young lived long enough to build a body of poems that moves me the way weather does birds and shabby autumn trees and all the other sorts of things that die young and make a spectacle of themselves funny reminders r. Some arresting lines and images The Mystery of Mercy Close in English of this vital modern poet Ishikawa died at twenty six lived long enough to change his name to woodpecker died young lived long enough to take an old form tanka and make Wyrd Sisters it new died young lived long enough to read foreign books and taste foreign wine died young but had chance to sing himself a long song Whitman's eyes turned humbly fiercely outward careful what he sees died young lived long enough to build a body of poems that moves me the way weather does birds and shabby autumn trees and all the other sorts of things that die young and make a spectacle of themselves funny reminders r. Some arresting lines and Virgin Widow England's Forgotten ueen images

  • Paperback
  • 142
  • On Knowing Oneself Too Well
  • Takuboku Ishikawa
  • English
  • 10 June 2020
  • 9780615345628