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Mitsuo Aida

-My favorite poet in the world-

Atsuko Arimoto

on 29 January 2013

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My favorite poet in the world! Mitsuo Aida Mitsuo Aida's history Born in 1924, Japan. Why his poem is so popular? 1.He wrote every poem based on his own experience. Points Conclusion He is most famous poet in Japan. After he graduated Junior High School,
He started to write some poems(Age 18). In 1954, He did his exhibition in his birthplace(Age 30). In 1984 he published the poem which was named "Because I am human." This became million seller.
(Age 60). In 1991, He was dead because of the Intracerebral hemorrhage(Age 67). 2. His poem is symbol of Japanese people's spirit. 3. He was not only thinking about his words but also
the character. 4. People were moving by his passions of his work. English translation You are born to be yourself, not to earn points from others. You come first, points follow you. -Mitsuo Summarize It doesn't matter how many points you score with others.
It's not a big deal how you are judged in your life. Never let your reputation limit yourself.
If you try, you can improve yourself
and make your reputation as you want it to be. Mitsuo had a long time to become a successful poet, so he hit this idea. Why Japanese people love this poem? Japanese people are so shy and they are likely to try everything very hard. They hate being judged by someone. So Japanese people empathy his poem. Not only old people but also young people love his poem. So still now many goods of his poem are selling. Works cited Thank you for listening. Atsuko Arimoto "= Mitsuo Aida Museum =." = Mitsuo Aida Museum =. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 Jan. 2013. "Word Salad." Word Salad. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 Jan. 2013. "Japan Bash: Mitsuo Aida." Japan Bash: Mitsuo Aida. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 Jan. 2013. "Inspiring Dawn." : A Poem by Mitsuo Aida. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 Jan. 2013.
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