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Author’s note: A little experimentation with stream of consciousness, and putting everything I have learned throughout the last three months living in Hiroshima into words. I came to this city with naïve opinions and assumptions, and they have been turned on upside down and rightside up again. Did my moral values change? Maybe. Am I still confused? You bet I am. But hey, it’s all a learning curve.
a deformed sky
doused with the sunrise
the warmth lingered on my skin
the cold flame
chilled me to the bone.
I looked out the window
to see a blinding red
what the divine wind saw
cherry blossom farewell
send the sinners home
when the white crane
was shot out of the endless blue sky.
We were afraid of red
afraid of the mongrel banner they carried
afraid of the dishonor of fallen Berlin
of eternal winter that will cut us down
like a hysterical, incumbent plague
but we didn’t know
possessor of indescribable beauty
if only we knew.