Feminism in the eyes of Ikue Asazaki

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17 May 2010, 10:02

"The eighth month is fast approaching, and yet I have nothing to wear
I want to dress gaily, so brother, will you lend me just one sleeve?
I wish to dress my children and loved ones... in the one kimono that I own
As for me, I will wear vines... that I plucked deep in the mountains

The light of the full moon shines down, illuminating the world with its divine light
When my lover sneaks in to visit me, I wish that the clouds would hide that light just a little.

In search of new lands, I build a new house
I thatch the house with reed stalks... gathered neatly in bundles
I thatch the house with reed stalks, gathered neatly in bundles
At the stone wall, let us celebrate the golden house, that was built by a hundred black kites.
At the stone wall, let us celebrate the golden house, that was built by a hundred black kites.
Let us celebrate the golden house, that was built by a hundred black kites"


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