And whispered, “In the morning I’ll eat you, every last one of you.”

This wonderful quote comes from the Japanese poem, Clams, by Ishigaki Rin, about a woman who buys a bucket of live clams. She sets the bucket in the corner of her room and goes to bed. But she is unable to sleep because she can hear them gasping in the dark. It’s only when she …

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