Walking Japan: Haiku #91

in the grey city

the homeless man’s bad paintings

make both of us smile

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2 Responses to Walking Japan: Haiku #91

  1. Jean-Yves says:

    Did that come while crossing the promenade over the big intersection southeast of JR Osaka station?

    You didn't stay for long, but although the city is gray, its inhabitant give it a lot more soul than (ducking for cover) Tokyo.

  2. hydrolith says:

    The very place. Hotta-san was the most Zen-looking of the bunch.

    I guess it's a Sydney/Melbourne, Beijing/Shanghai thing. Not sure I really get it.

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