Biography of Hiroshi Satow
middle-aged teacher, teaching English and philosophy to highschool kids. https: //allpoetry.com/Hiroshi_Satow
Hiroshi Satow Poems
men in black, women also. I've seen them a couple of times since I was a kid,
We All Will Be
in the supermarket I found chou a la creme grandma really loved, and I saw Baumkuchen mom often used to have. now they're gone, mom and grandma,
I thought it was snow but it wasn't it was just a pebble gleaming in the late autumn's sun
In A Flower Shop
A Woman Moaning
I lost my gravity, self and memory, too. maybe I'm happy, nowhere to go,
What is happiness? Down there under a cherry tree. There in the park is an elderly couple Pointing at some buds,
If We Take It Literally
'God sees everything we do, ' Which makes women blush. 'God sees everything we do, '
Last And Least
We always praise The first star of the evening, And usually not The second light of the night,
On a fine morning,
Trudging along the road, snowy and shiny,
I feel afresh and anew,
That I can do it.
Yes, I can.
Coming back home on the road, icy and muddy,
I feel dead and tired and cold,
That nothing ain't done at all,
Nothing, nothing, nothing.