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I received an e-mail...thank you!

  I received an e-mail from a high school student in Los Angeles. She read my poem in her literature class.  Below is an excerpt of my response.  If you are interested in, please read it. (It is long...) I thank her for giving me a chance to think about it! ********** Thank you for reading “Early in Summer, Diophantine Approximation”. First of all, I would like to say to you that I believe that the interpretation of a poem is left to readers, and that readers are free to take the meaning of the poem as they see fit. Not only the meaning explained by the author is correct. The freedom of readers should be guaranteed. With that in mind, I will attempt to explain. This poem is a bit sensuous, like an abstract painting. “Diophantine Approximation” is named after Diophantus of Alexandria. (About AC200~) (Also known as the father of algebra) It is a branch of number theory that studies how to approximate one number (such as the real numbers) by another number with a simpler structure (such a
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My poem was published in POETRY (Chicago, USA) !

  In the April 2022 issue of POETRY, a poetry magazine based in Chicago, USA, The poem "Early in Summer, Diophantine Approximation" was published! Please click on the link below or photo above. POETRY Magazine page I am happy to be able to participate in the April 2022 issue of Poetry.  Srikanth Reddy’s Editor’s Note is impressive.  The theme is exophony, diverse poets. A sky full of thanks to everyone!

The Journal, Winter 2019

The Journal, Winter 2019 From The Ohio State University, Department of English. Thank you ! :) WEB PAGE http://thejournalmag.org/archives/14565

First place, Dreamers Haiku Contest 2018

I won the first place of Dreamers Haiku Contest 2018 Thank you ! To be in the Summer https://www.dreamerswriting.com/stories-poems/emi-miyaoka-to-be-in-the-summer-contest-winner/ Dreamers Haiku Contest 2018 The Winners https://www.dreamerswriting.com/stories-poems/2018-haiku-contest-winners/ The reference to Shakespeare in a Japanese poem juxtaposes the two poetic traditions beautifully, while encouraging us to look up and be one with the beauty around us.   – James Brandon MY ARTIST' S STATEMENT:   First, thank you very much to Dreamers Creative Writing. I learned biology at university because I was interested in nature and “living”. Why are we living, what is life, and how should we live? I am still in the middle of this long way. Shakespeare, and many poets (as well as scientists), can show us ways of living these days by their universal thinking. Nature and mind are connected according to the Haiku worldview. I try to weave my will into

May

Sleepy ? Or dissatisfied ?

A trip to Hikone. Shiga-prefecture

In the shore of Lake biwa.   May (Our family dog) With an air of satisfaction.

Parallel Motion, Flying Cat’s Silence /Waseda-U

Parallel Motion, Flying Cat’s Silence /Waseda-U 1. The Wind       2. A Singer       3. Today I Bought Stars       4. Parallel Motion, Flying Cat’s Silence       Thank you for Waseda University Chorus !