why is this night different....
O Yone San, you glide and turn and dance,—
You sway my thought, and toss it to and fro.
Each star-white blossom, freed by passing air,
Floats to the place its Fate has set apart.
O Yone San, your little fluttering feet
Are flower petals, falling on my heart!
(Aldis Dunbar, b. 1870, was author of collections of stories published in London in 1904, Chicago in 1925, and Boston in 1928. ‘Japaneseque’ appeared in Lippincott’s Monthly Magazine 66 in 1900.)1