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Contemporary International Poetry - TSUNAMI AS HISTORY by LYN LIFSHIN, for your reading pleasure,
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MORE LETTERS, AFTER THE TSUNAMI 2 ONE MAN SAID
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these last few days everything was in chaos. When I close my eyes I see dead bodies. When I open my eyes I also see dead bodies. Each of us must work 20 hours a day. I wish there were 48 hours in the day so we could help rescue folks. We are without water and electricity, food. We barely manage to move refuges in before there are orders to move them elsewhere
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he saw a little Japanese boy at a grammar school to help a charity event give out food. It was a long line that snaked one way then another. It was getting very cold and he was at the end of the line in a thin t shirt and a pair of shorts. It was getting very cold and the little boy was at the end of the line. The man said he worried by the time the boy got to the end of the line there wouldn't be any food. So the man spoke to him. The boy said he was at school when the earthquake came. He saw his father swept away. The boy boy was on the fourth floor. He saw his mother's house, on the beach, said she and his little sister didn't make it. He turned his head and wiped his tears when asked about his relatives. That's when the man said he took the food he had and gave it to the boy who took it right away but he didn't eat it. Instead he kept the food where all the food was waiting to be distributed. When asked why he didn't eat it he said I see a lot more people hungrier than I am
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to find proof of insurance for claims that they owned a home washed away One student returned to her home town to register a change or address back to a family home that no longer exists. Without an address, it is as if she no longer exists, as if nothing she needs could get to her
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