One stroke coast
Sachiko unfolded a parasol with a Dorofour color scheme and stuck it into the iron ground. As expected, the team's greatest strength. Mika spread a sheet under it, opened the lunch box, and said, ``Wow, it's a sandwich.'' I joined in and ate it too. delicious. When I said, ``I remember it,'' Mika asked, ``Where?'' Sachiko seemed to have said ``swimming,'' but the sandwich was still covering her mouth, so I had no idea what she said until she stood up, took off her shoes, and started running. The sound of kicking the iron plate feels good. Can-can-can-can-can. Doppan. "It's lukewarm!!" I don't know if it's because of the metal earth, or because this planet's rotation is extremely slow and the days are long, but the ocean seems warm. Laughing, Mika, who was on my right, sat up straight and quickly reached out to my left to pick up the shoes that Sachiko had taken off. I put my hands on my head and laid down, thinking that was a good thing. Sky. wide. "by the way". Mika started speaking. ``Shoes always have their toes pointing towards their destination. They are always one step ahead in the direction they want to go, staring at their destination and waiting. That's why they never make eye contact with their shoes. They match. If that's the case, it's probably when I'm shopping. But when I'm going to the beach, it's different. I take off my shoes as I go to my destination. Then, when I come back from the beach, my eyes meet yours."
Sachiko is back. He has a fish in his hand. It's flatfish. "My grandpa is a fisherman." I was surprised at how skillfully he cut it with the knife he was carrying. I walked around looking for a griddle that looked like it would cook well. I baked it and ate it.
|Natsume Tomoyuki Natsume Tomoyuki|
|Musician and collage artist from Urayasu. He led the band Siamese Cats until 2020, and after disbanding, he started his solo project Summer Eye in 2022 and released songs such as "Life" and "Student". He is also active in a wide range of other fields, including film criticism and DJing.|
Photo: Hiroshi Nakamura