You Chose Poorly — Sweating Commas

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  3. REGGAE FAR EAST #1 - Futon


    I dried futons in front of my hut. I hung futons on a stick and put them up highly. The sun lighted futons. Futons’ covers shone in white. A middle-aged woman happened to pass. She halted. ‘What time is it now?’ she asked me. I saw my wristwatch. ‘It is two o’clock’ I answered. ‘Two o’clock?’ she inclined her neck. ‘It is’ I answered. ‘The angle of the sun is different’ she asked me.’Is it true?’ I saw the wristwatch again. ‘Yes’ I answered. She ducked her shoulder. She left. I got that way. I returned to my hut. I saw clock. It was not two o’clock. Time was ten o’clock. I saw my wristwatch again. Time was certainly ten o’clock. I mistook the clock. I was not a child. Everything became uncertain.

    My name is H.Kobayashi. I am an owner. I was born in 1958. I am a worker. In my house, Yokohama, Japan. I like reggae. I make it. My music is Orient-like and danceable. It is very individual. Listen to my music.

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