The hospital window

The hospital window

Not a small world to look through

People working like ants

(In don’t know how to than you WP friends enough for many kind and encouraging messages.)

About AshiAkira

AshiAkira. Author of Haiku Poems and Haiku Poems II(www.lulu.com/shop/ashi-akira/haiku-poems/paperback/product-23152158.html). Old resident of Tokyo.
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88 Responses to The hospital window

  1. renxkyoko says:

    I am so happy to see you again. ^_^ Get well soon and take care !

  2. Hi, Ashi, me too! So glad to see you here!!

  3. Dear Ashi, I am wishing you a complete recovery and hoping you will be home very soon. When you are able to please keep us advised of your progress. Sending my warmest regards.

  4. titti onweb says:

    Helloooooo! How are you now Ashi?💋

  5. vasilegogea says:

    …a bright window to you!

  6. gary j says:

    Dear Sir, my thoughts of you are positive and with love. Looking forward to your next book.

    • AshiAkira says:

      Gary,

      Thank you so much, Gary. My case must be a complicated case. I don’t understand doc’s language well enough to tell about it. But I’m sure I’m on my way to recovery. May have to stay in the hospital two months more or so. Then I will have to visit the hospital from time to time to prevent recurrence. In the meantime, the publisher kept working on the manuscript for my second book, that I had sent them before my hospitalization. I can use my pc in the hospital room, and the second book may be complete in a month or so.
      Thank you again.
      Ashi

  7. dear ashi, all the best to you, best recovery, loads of nice people and good doctors around you. hope you will be fine soon. all the best.

  8. delphini510 says:

    Ashi, you don’t have to thank us, we owe you a thank for all the beauty and positive outlook you give. I even talk to my family about this great guy who is in hospital and send you healing thoughts.
    I saw with pleasure that a book is coming out this month and hope I can find it later on e.g. Amazon as Florida is about 4000 miles away.
    Love your last Haiku too. 😊🦋 .
    Now be good and do what the doctors say even if you don’t understand …:))
    I am glad you can at times write from your hospital room.
    Hug
    Miriam

  9. I m glad to see you again with a new haiku, dear AshiAkira!

  10. luzsobretodo says:

    My very best wishes for a speedy recovery.

  11. Welcome back to WP my friend. Wishing you a full recovery. Take good care!

  12. AshiAkira様
    コメントが遅くなり申し訳ありません。アップデートありがとうございます。
    くれぐれも十分のご加療とご静養で、一日も早く全快されますようお祈り申し上げます。
    東京・新宿御苑にてお会いできる日を、心より楽しみにしております。どうか、ご自愛下さいませ。

    • AshiAkira says:

      ありがとうございます。年が明けてからでも。今リハビリでステッキを使う練習をしております。

    • AshiAkira says:

      ありがとうございます。退院は年を超えるかもしれません。でも大丈夫です。入院前に出した原稿で1-2か月の間に私の第
      2冊目も出そうです。

  13. hsampson says:

    あきら先生。どうぞお大事に!!!

  14. I’ve been sort of out of contact for a three-and-a-half week trip to India and Nepal, so I’m not sure what the hospital situation is, but I certainly wish you the best.

    • AshiAkira says:

      In hospital since Oct. 1. May be out in a couple of months. The publisher has kept working on the manual for my 2nd book, which I sent them a long before Oct. 1, and it maybe out in a month or so. I’m working on my third book on the hospital bed. You really encouraged me to do this, and I’m now really grateful. I don’t know how to thank you.

  15. Lara/Trace says:

    I sent a bird across the sea to tell you how much you mean to us. When I see the moon, I see you.

  16. Hope things get better quickly.

  17. you are much loved…and thought of 🙂

  18. I am so happy you are making progress with your book, and so grateful to have done something to encourage it. Be well; be gratified, be proud of your accomplishment, and be successful.

  19. Xyn says:

    Wishing for a speedy recovery and missing you dearly on WP. Take good care and all the best.

  20. Your hospital stay seems to have lasted a long time and if it seems so to me, no doubt it feels twice as long to you. I hope you well enough to see friends, to read and listen to music. I hope full recovery arrives soon.

  21. Sue Slaght says:

    So hoping you are doing better! Sending very best wishes.

  22. Sweta Ojha says:

    How are you doing? I happened to visit the blog today and it left me anxious. I wish you a speedy recovery and may the window be he brightest for you. Stay blessed always.

  23. People working like ants

    Are the people working industriously as do ants or are they working people that are fond of ants ?

  24. Your blog and words are such rays of light. I hope you are feeling better soon. Best wishes from Canada.

  25. Been looking out for you, sir and this explains your absence. Best wishes for a speedy recovery!

  26. Ah!!!! You are back ;o)

  27. Array says:

    I’m so sorry to hear about your sickness. I hope you are doing much better now and wish you a speedy recovery. Your beautiful poems will definitely keep you happier and help recover faster ☺️☺️

  28. AshiAkira says:

    Thank you. I can feel I am recovering alright.

  29. yesyoucan111 says:

    I didn’t know you were not feelng well because I have been out of wordpress for a while. I send you best wishes for you and your health and my oldest son does the same. He is 21 and read your Haiku Poems and he says it’s the best haiku poems he ever read. We wish you full recovery and a blissful christmas and happy new year./Lotta

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