Masako, Where are you?


The last time I heard your voice

you phoned to congratulate me on President Barack Obama’s victory.

That has been awhile.

I thought so deeply of you two weeks ago

I phoned the Eurythmy school in Dornach, Switzerland to inquire about your whereabouts but was  unable to attain information.

Now an earthquake has shaken your country

and I will not rest until I find out where and how you are.

Masako, I hope that you are safe.  I hope that you realize that if you need to leave Japan, you are more than welcome here.

Masako, where are you?


-Namushinnyo ichinyo diahatsu nehankyo-

I am looking for you.




About whenquiet

A child of God, opinionated, survivor, eloquent, elegant, exquisite, and humble, loving life and shining light to those who are in the shadow.
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6 Responses to Masako, Where are you?

  1. this is precious. my heart grieves for all those looking for someone.

  2. whenquiet says:

    aprons and appetites…Thank you. I will not rest until I find information about my friend Masako. I am in deep prayer for all those affected by this crisis.

  3. this is heart melting, I was quiet intrigued my the name.

  4. I hope you find your friend.

  5. whenquiet says:

    Thank you. I continue to search.

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