Friday, October 21, 2005

On the express from Osaka to Kyoto

A blind man boards. His cap reads in English, "If it looks good, you'll see it."

At a suburban railway crossing: two cars, five bicycles, and a dripping, muddy tractor.

In a hilltop cemetary, an old man cleans a grave he'll soon occupy.

On the turntable: "Spongle, "Tales of the Inexpressive"
On the nightable: William Scott Wilson, "The Lone Samurai"

1 comment:

dr Dave said...

The first bit sounds a bit like that faux-hip quote in Brett Easton Ellis' Glamorama, where the vacuous hero keeps spouting: "The better you look, the more you see"...