3 thoughts on “Tranquility in Kamakura”

  1. My most vivid memory of Kamakura was walking on the underspass near the station. I caught sight of a lovely pair of legs walking towards me from the other side of the underspass. I was sure that she was beautiful without seeing her face.
    Slowly she revealed herself to be an amazingly beautiful woman. She caught me staring and smiled. I was so disarmed that I could do nothing but watch her leave. I have regretted my action to this very day….some ten years later.

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