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Tsunami as History
by LYN LIFSHIN
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Contemporary International Poetry - TSUNAMI AS HISTORY by LYN LIFSHIN, for your reading pleasure,
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All the fine arts are species of poetry--Samuel Taylor Coleridge


Nisga'a Lava Bed Memorial Provincial Park, Lava Lake in Autumn Mist, Nass River Valley, British Col
Nisga'a Lava Bed...
Chris Cheadle
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THREE ELDERLY PEOPLE WHILE WILD PLUM OPENS NEAR NUTLEY POND WEEKS AFTER THE TSUNAMI  
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THREE ELDERLY PEOPLE
extracted 20 hours after the tsunami. An X on cars searched for survivors. Houses float in Natori. Only a shattered foot print
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WHILE WILD PLUM OPENS NEAR NUTLEY POND
what wasn't washed away or swallowed by earth or lost at sea rises like ghosts. An old woman wraps her body around her teen age grandson as voices in rubble dissolve. Somewhere else, helicopters like vultures move over dark mounds, a torn stuffed pink bear, color of petals pokes out from sludge like something growing, alive
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Pine Beach at Miho in Suruga
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Ando Hiroshige
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WEEKS AFTER THE TSUNAMI 
an old lady at a bakery shop giving out free bread and down the street, in the super market where food fell off the shelf people were picking up cans and stacking them neatly, only buying as much as they needed said it was hard not to tear up. A woman walking home sees a lady holding a sign that said "please use our toilet."
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Tsunami as History
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