Jūkichi Yagi (February 9, 1898 - October 26, 1927) was a Japanese poet on modern religious themes, active in late Taishō and for the first few years of Shōwa period Japan.
Born in Tokyo, Yagi attended the Kanagawa Prefectural Normal School in Kamakura, Kanagawa prefecture, where he converted to Methodism, and became attracted to the poetry of Rabindranath Tagore. In 1919,... more »
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I think it will start raining flowers
give me one of the flowers, please
to amuse myself