Tag Archives: Toshiya Kamei

Cólera / Rage

Original by Aitana Alberti Para qué manos para qué brazos para qué piernas o cabeza para qué vísceras para qué sístoles y diástoles para qué el barroco delirio del cerebro? Todos mis pasos juntos no conducen al huerto de Getsemaní … Continue reading

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Casi elegía / Almost an Elegy

Original by Aitana Alberti A mi madre En esta noche en que he ido perdiéndome vaciándome de mí y de los otros sólo ha quedado una forma sin dueño Entonces te he mirado como nunca ni cuando lo eras todo … Continue reading

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Loneliness in Tokyo

Original by Mauricio Palazzo, translation by Toshiya Kamei 1. They are often on board trains. Grown men, women, and even adolescents and children walk down the carriages repeating incomprehensible litanies. No one pays attention to them, ghosts in the city. … Continue reading

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Elopement

Original by Yoshiro Takayasu, translation by Toshiya Kamei Toru had heard the word “elopement” for the first time when he was in elementary school. “At any rate, they did something brave.” He overheard grown-ups talking about such a thing, and … Continue reading

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