Tag Archives: Japanese kidnapping

Fatherless Day 2014

“… and with the melancholy awareness of someone whose most poignant moment of existence has been turned into an infinitely reproducible object, he remarked that the boy “will never be able to get over it. He’ll spend the rest of … Continue reading

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Persistence of the Old Regime: For Parents, Japanese State-Sanctioned International Child Abduction Goes On

The historian, Arno Mayer, once wrote words to the effect that it is difficult if not impossible to compose reasoned, ordered analysis of a conflict (a military and civil conflict) when the stakes are a fight to the death over … Continue reading

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A Talking Book That Said Your Name (November 16, 2013 – Rui is 8 Years Old)

These three songs are all I can reach out to you with from this helpless place here in New York. Rui, you’re in every dream.  I haven’t forgotten a thing. This is, for me, a memory of when you were … Continue reading

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Somewhere

Somewhere out there beneath the pale moonlight Someone’s thinking of me and loving me tonight Somewhere out there someone’s saying a prayer That we’ll find one another in that big somewhere out there And even though I know how very … Continue reading

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