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Kamikaze by Yasuo Kuwahara, Gordon T. Ailred

By Yasuo Kuwahara, Gordon T. Ailred

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It's not going to be any different here. " I was aghast at the idea. " "You'll be finding out soon enough. They're probably all perverts. " "I doubt it," he replied. "Maybe, though. Some of those forced marches they go on probably take a lot of guts lot of endurance and patience. They get beaten, too. " The pain had eased, now that I had concentrated on some- — — thing else, and I wanted to sleep, I wondered how Nakamura could remain seated there so long. "Of course," he went on, "we don't have it as rough as those navy pilots.

Later I — in the evening. We scuffed along the dirt road, and for a time we were silent, enjoying the soimd of our wooden geta. " I clapped my hand on his narrow shoulder. " together. "You know, there's a very good chance that you I hesitated. " But he shook his head: "Oh, I don't think so. I doubt it. After all, look who you are! You're the national ghder champ- home . " "That doesn't prove a thing," I shrugged. "Anyway, you're a good pilot yourself. You went to the finals. " Tatsuno was silent.

On those rare days in January, when the sun parted the clouds. We gathered shells and listened to the coughing of junks in the harbor. Even when the weather was cold, men and women bustled about in the long dingy shacks, smoking fish. Aged people, crinkled and brown, in tattered clothing, hunched along the beach over their nets. I had never known their privation or gone shoeless and halfclad like their children, and there seemed to be something pleasant about their life its utter simplicity. Sometimes we watched those fisher people spread a catch of tiny, shimmering fish to dry in woven baskets.

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