What Japan has Today

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Apr 7, 2011 17:31 paradigm shift
What Japan has today is
everlasting rubble plains,
unending nuclear crisis,
many heaps of corpses,
and a lot of exhausted people.

What Japan has today is
trustless governmental announcements,
amateur-like cabinet ministers,
TV commentators with afterthoughts,
and unplanned rolling blackouts.

What Japan doesn't have today is
strong leadership,
helpful crisis management,
and national reliability for other countries.

What Japan fully has today is
the spirit of heartwarming mutual aid,
the courage without despair,
the mental endurance of accepting reality,
and a great deal of encouragement, help and aid from all over the world.

In the future, we will undergo a big paradigm shift far apart from economics.