Japanese Folklore Lady of The South Wind

The child Aiko grew to be the loveliest lady in Sendai. She had longer hair than any maiden in the city, and she was the most graceful dancer ever seen. She moved as a wave of the sea, or a cloud of the sky, or the wild bamboo grass in the wind. She had a sister eleven moons younger than she, who was called Aiyamé, or the Water Iris; and she was the second loveliest lady in Sendai. More
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Language: English
ISBN: 9781370559428
About Xenohikawa Sabrina

Xenohikawa Sabrina is an author of short fiction, nonfiction articles, and computer consultant who fell in love with Ubuntu in 2008, and helped found the Ubuntu Surabaya Local Community Team to share that excitement with others. As member of the Ubuntu Local Community Council, he works to help others share Ubuntu worldwide.

When not working with computers, he’s more than likely admiring the latest Nintendo hardware, wishing he had more time for retro console and PC gaming, and indulging in linguistic curiousity by studying malay or dabbling in Old English or Tolkien’s constructed Elvish languages. The queue of scifi and fantasy books on his Kindle is probably growing instead of shrinking, although sometimes camping trips help with that. Now She lives in Surabaya city.

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