Everyday life is like Virginia Woolf describes in her books, a collection of moments that are like little lanterns strung together in a candlelight vigil. Moments of idleness, of loneliness, of dreams, yearnings, friends, love, isolation, - moments of the surreal, blur perceived in the real everyday life. Poetry where we suspect no more. It is always a perspection of how one views the world. Perhaps in Tokyo in 2010 this is a reality. My everyday life. I, myself, my friends and the people around us.
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