A horse and a dream and a shallot
@ A horse had a dream. Running the plain,
a shallot was dangling in front of him. Knowing
that a carrot was dangling, he thought it
was rare that a shallot was. As he had been
running a long time, he opened his mouth
to eat it at one gulp.
@ He tried to swallow it with clinking jaws.
The shallot might percieve the danger. It
made a dodge quickly and got into the horse's
ear. Because the shallot felt comfortable
in the horse's temperature, it came in his
@ The shallot had a dream. Becoming hungry,
it thought about a monkey. Though it's common
that a monkey peels a shallot, it dreamed
a monkey was skinned by a shallot on the
contrary. The peeled skin became potato chips.
The potato chips started to squeak and they
@ They thought about bonitos. They imagined
it was easy to eat shaved bonitos since the
bonitos were thinner than themselves. Taking
mouthfull bonitos, potato chips became to
@ The shaved bonitos thought about human
beings. Bonitos are always used as a stock,
but they dreamed to use men as it rarely.
@ They mummied men and shaved men crunchy.
Then, they made soup from flakes. But they
realized it is quite flavorless.
@ The human being who was used as a stock
and lost his color had a dream about a horse.
Horse's raw meat is tasty, and roast one
is as well. He chopped a living horse's head
off. A shallot, a monkey, potato chips and
bonitos flushed out from the horse's body
with blood. And then the horse woke up. When
the horse felt relieved, he heard the waltz
@ Carrying a man on a merry-go-round of
an amusement park, the horse was spiked alive
through his back.
(translated by author himself)
qMarch 2000 Tokyo sessionr