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Selected Poems of Yone Noguchi

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The Selected Poems of Yone Noguchi is a collection of beautiful and lyrical poetry that showcases the talent and versatility of the Japanese poet. Noguchi's poems cover a wide range of subjects, from nature and love to the passage of time and the human experience. His writing is evocative and thought-provoking, inviting readers to reflect on the mysteries of life and the power of language.

One of the standout features of Noguchi's poetry is his ability to capture the essence of a moment with striking imagery and vivid language. His poems are filled with sensory details that bring the scenes to life, transporting the reader to a different time and place. Whether he is describing the beauty of a cherry blossom or the melancholy of a rainy day, Noguchi's words have a powerful emotional resonance that lingers long after the poem is finished.

In addition to his skillful use of language, Noguchi also delves into themes of love, loss, and longing in his poetry. His exploration of these universal feelings adds depth and richness to his work, making it relatable to readers of all backgrounds. Whether you are a seasoned poetry enthusiast or a newcomer to the genre, the Selected Poems of Yone Noguchi is sure to captivate and inspire with its timeless beauty and powerful imagery.

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"Yone Noguchi was an influential Japanese writer of poetry, fiction, essays, and literary criticism in both English and Japanese. Critical evaluations of Noguchi, while varying drastically, have frequently stressed the enigmatic character of his work. Arthur Symons referred to him as a "scarcely to be apprehended personality." Arthur Ransome called him "a poet whose poems are so separate that a hundred of them do not suffice for his expression." Ezra Pound, on first reading The Pilgrimage in 1911 wrote that "His poems seem to be rather beautiful. I don't quite know what to think about them." Nishiwaki JunzaburĊ wrote, "Most of his earlier poems have always seemed to me so terrific, so bewildering, as to startle me out of reason or system." - Summary by Wikipedia


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