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Can Paris turn a nun into looking secular? Peut Paris transformer cette nonne ici en regardant laïque? (パリは有髪の尼さんを変えられるか?)

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Here is my normal look. I’ve been told I look like a nun.  Great!  They are most revered people of the society worldwide.  I never thought twice about my coordination, or rather a lack of it.  It got me covered in public.  I always made sure my black outfits were washed regularly.  Like I have said before, dressing fashionably does not translate into looking a beauty or a handsome.  Marilyn Monroe became a legendary beauty without anything on.  Although there is a rumour that she may have had a small alteration done by a surgeon, but it still was not her garments that elevated her to the Goddess status.  But back to Paris in spring which is blooming with colours, even men handle various colours through scarf or shirts.  I’ve realized that I may look like a domestic help without a nun’s religious virtue veil.  Worse, because even domestic workers in a well-to-do areas wear scarf to look trendy within their means.  All right…I’ll change the top but will keep the skirt.  I can’t handle t

NO RIDES LEFT (乗車はもう無し)

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It is easier said than done, breaking out of one’s shell.  I thought I was ready for anything.  For once I wished to be close to someone, not because his background would be approved by my relatives who are still proud of our Samurai lineage, but because I had feelings for him.  I had deliberately refrained from finding out about this Gentleman from Sydney except his personality.  His expressions and actions were all I knew about him.   I would be crying for days to come, but I will, must put it all  behind.   I headed for the airport.   I did not want to head home to Japan from Sydney, so I caught a plane bound for Hobart, Tasmania.  It was summer in Australia, but the water of Hobart would be still be cold in October and I longed for it.   Once in Hobart I took a bus for Lower Sandy Beach.  The water was blue, clear and as expected, very cold.  I was the only one swimming while looked on by some children who thought I was crazy.  I wished to wash away my long years of confinement in