From yesterday's twitter entry.
Have become the world's fastest leopard. 7C of the 9th in Shinkansen heading for Kyoto. Correction. Orangutan, rather than leopard.
I like to be idle on the bullet train. It is the utmost luxury given the hectic schedule that I am usually exposed to.
You close your laptop, and throw your legs out. You put the seat to the reclining position, then close your eyes.
The sunshine is emanating from mount Fuji. You become sweetly dizzy embraced by the gold. Memory of the past times resurge with a pang. You move in the chair a bit uneasily, as if to assimilate the upheaval in the psyche with the mass of your body.
While all this is happening, you are speeding at 300 kilometers per hour.
You have become a bullet.
A bullet conventionally kills, but this one nurtures.
It nurtures your idleness, until it grows out of proportion, shrinks again as the train arrives at your destination.
The magic is gone, and you are free to do whatever practical things you'd like.
The session is over.