lo que los muertos ya no pueden ver

ya antes había subido aquí algo sobre las ventanas dibujadas por matteo pericoli. ahora veo en el nyt una serie donde un escritor cuenta lo que ve desde una ventana que pericoli dibuja. aquí lo que escribe ryu murakami:
I often stay at a high-rise hotel in the Shinjuku district of Tokyo to write. From the window of my room, I can see both a new skyscraper and a big park. When I look at the skyscraper, I think about the people who died before it was finished and never got to see it. It’s like a visual image of the truism that once you’re dead, there aren’t any more new sights for you. A lot of homeless people live in the big park. The blue vinyl tarps of their crude shelters are clustered throughout the grounds, but from this window all you can see are the leafy green trees.

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