I have spent six + years in Japan. Earthquakes are terrifying and Japan is a second home to me. I feel for those affected by this devastating earthquake and tsunami. It is moments like this that the profundity and perplexity of life and death emerge and bewilder. I stand mouth agape. My heart goes out to the Japanese people and all the inhabitants of that beautiful country.
Jamie Grefe, the Chief Editor of The Eyeslit-Crypt, writes essays, fiction, poetry, reviews and reflections. His work appears in literary magazines such as elimae, The Bacon Review, Mud Luscious Online Quarterly, New Dead Families and elsewhere online and in print. Visit Shredded Maps /// for more.
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