Free Cathay at least Did not contribute to his discontent. But Newton, who had grasped all space, was more Serene. Swiss Einstein with his relativity - Most secure of all.
They dropped the bomb on him. He never really recovered from it.
He has been dead now for thirty-four years. He was the pride of our family. He was our future. Everything that I have just written is a legend of our family history. Facts and dates may be slightly off for it was a long time ago, and facts and dates change. They are altered by the failings of human memory and embellishment, which is a human trait, but one thing is totally accurate: My uncle Edward died in his middle twenties and he indirectly died as a result of the Japanese people dropping a bomb on him and nothing in this world, no power or prayer, will ever return him to us.
He is gone forever.
This is a strange way to introduce a book of poetry that expresses my feelings of deep affection for the Japanese people but it has to be done as as part of a map that led me to Japan and the writing of this book.
I will continue describing more places on the map that took me to Japan in the late spring of and these poems. I hated the Japanese all during the war.
I thought of them as diabolical subhuman creatures that had to be destroyed so that civilization could prevail with liberty and justice for all. In newspaper cartoons they were depicted as buck-toothed monkeys.
Propaganda encourages the imagination of children. I killed thousands of Japanese soldiers playing war. I wrote a short story called "The Ghost Children of Tacoma" that shows my dedication to killing Japanese when I was six, seven, eight, nine and ten years old. I was very good at killing them.
They were fun to kill. Children need a lot less hospitals in war than grown-ups do.
Children pretty much look at it from the all death side. I remember when the war finally ended. I was in a theater watching a Dennis Morgan movie. I think it was a singing foreign legion desert picture but I cannot be certain. Suddenly across the screen came a piece of yellow paper with words typed on it saying that Japan had just surrendered to the United States and World War II was over.
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Brautigan > June 30th, June 30th. This node of the American Dust website (formerly Brautigan Bibliography and Archive) provides comprehensive information about Richard Brautigan's poetry collection June 30th, June timberdesignmag.comhed in , this collection of seventy-seven poems was Brautigan's tenth published poetry book, and the last to be published before his death.
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Excerpt: 'Collected Poems,' Richard Wilbur "A real treat for poetry lovers in summer — or any season," says book critic Alan Cheuse of this new trade paperback, recommended in his summer reading.