The Peace Ribbon Association is a group of seven classmates from a girls' school in the hypocenter of Hiroshima (abolished school).
You can see the testimony of the atomic bombing. It was a 67-page booklet and was sold at the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum shop. The first time it was conspicuous, and when I went the second time, I asked the salesperson and it came out. There is also an English version.
These days, everyone is heartbroken by daily reports of the harsh war situation in Ukraine. However, 80 years ago Japan was a more brutal battlefield. The words of an experienced person are vivid.
Masayo Koike said, "Let's read Yoshiro Ishihara's poem on the morning commuter train." Ishihara's poem is listed as the second of the collection of poems. "In this poem, I read infinite kindness. And traces of battle and bloodshed."
I could not sympathize with the shadowy poetry of the harsh days of Siberian detention. I can't decompress Ishihara poetry. However, I agree with Mr. Koike's point out that reading it on the commuter train has his kindness. "I felt like I had found the trailhead."
I could relate! "It's the same"
Mr. Ishihara is the kind of person who stands on the back of a crowded train.
For that reason, Mr. Koike first said that when he sings his song by Michio Mado,
She stripped her body
Become one with your heart
I put the poem of A highly requested collection of poems.
I am embedding signposts in the array. Arrangement beauty like Kokinshu. (Refer to 136 Kokin Wakashu)
The world of Mado's children's songs → The world of Ishihara's return from Siberia detention → The world of the trip to Ithaca The adventures of Odysseus in Greek mythology The journey of Koike's commuter train
And, like a collection of poems edited by Toyokichi Endo, there are gems of short sentences.