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Exciting News!

I’m sorry sorry I haven’t been on in awhile., but I’ve been really busy writing and editing my books.  I can assure you they will be worth the wait! But the good news is I’ll be presenting two panels at … Continue reading

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A-Tanka-A-Day: Sunekosuri

The wet mountainside Small creatures run through the rain The world is so loud Fur rubbing between the legs Goes unnoticed in the dark

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A-Tanka-A-Day: Raiju

In the wake of rain I sleep not upon my back I fear God’s old wolf May invite his friend’s arrows Towards my naked navel

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A-Tanka-A-Day: Kirin

In a summer’s noon, The night is lit by the fires Of a holy beast Walking near Nagoya’s fort. Nobunaga is then born.

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A-Tanka-A-Day: Shirime

If you stare at me, With a face with out feature You fool me five times Stare at me with your anus; I’ve been fooled for the first time. © Michael Goldstein

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A-Tanka-A-Day: Kitsune

In the spring moonlight A fox transforms himself Into a princess And wanders into the town Its tail tucked into the wear © Michael Goldstein

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A-Tanka-A-Day: Taka-onna

On a moonlit road, A woman climbs a brothel, To the second floor, Peeking at carnal desires, While her feet stay on the ground. © Michael Goldstein

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