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Tropers: Trollkastel
Erika Furudo is my bitch.

I enjoy rum and plum tea. I also like writing and reading poetry.

Poems

Onikakushi-hen

Please do not deplore yourself.
Even if the world does not forgive, I will forgive you.

Please do not deplore yourself.
Even if you do not forgive the world, I will forgive you.

So please tell me.
What will it take for you, to forgive me?

—Frederica Bernkastel

Do you know what is the sin?
It isn't because you ate the forbidden fruit.

Do you know what is the sin?
It isn't because you listened to the serpent.

You still don't know what is the sin?
Then, that itself is your sin.

—Frederica Bernkastel

Watanagashi-hen

I cannot quench your thirst
Because even if you yearn for the truth, you refuse to believe in it.

I cannot quench your thirst
Because no such truth exists that you are in anticipation for.

But I still want to quench your thirst.
Because I am the one the that put you into the desert.

— Frederica Bernkastel

The most intricate thing to find in this world.
Is it a needle that you lost in the desert?

The most intricate thing to find in this world.
Is it a crow's feather that you lost in the darkness of the night?

The most intricate thing to find in this world is,
Realizing your own erroneous contemplation.

— Frederica Bernkastel

Minagoroshi-hen (After Watanagashi)

Please tell me what happened in this night.
It's like the cat inside the box.

Please tell me what happened in this night.
You don't know if the cat in the box is dead or alive.

Please tell me what happened in this night.
The cat in the box was dead.

— Frederica Bernkastel

Saikoroshi-hen

Once upon a time,
When God still appeared in front of the people.

Bread came falling from the sky.
A number complained because it was not meat.

Meat came falling from the sky.
A number complained that bread was better.

God came down from the sky.
Until he understands what makes everyone happy,
for the time being, he'll make water fall from the sky.

Rain came falling from the sky.
Everyone complained, saying their clothes will get wet.

Fire came falling from the sky.
Everyone complained, saying that the houses would burn.

God came down from the sky.
Until he understands what makes everyone happy,
for the time being, he decides not to have anything fall.

Nothing came falling from the sky.
A number complained that they were abandoned by God.

Many things came falling from the sky.
A number complained, wanting God to choose the things that will fall.

A rain of huge rocks came falling from the sky.
With this, the voices of complaint finally disappeared.

Rain came falling from the sky.
A traveller passing by feels thankful.

God, I thank you for the unexpected weather.
Thanks to this, my journey doesn't need to be boring.

God saw him off without answering.
That's fine. God doesn't need to have a conversation with the die.

— Frederica Bernkastel

An Extract from Bernkastel's Letter

Many things were found from his room.
From those evidences, it is possible to deduce that I am loved by you.

Many things were found from my room.
From those evidences, it is possible to deduce that I also love you.

Nothing was found from her room.
However, I can't deny the existence of an undiscovered evidence X of unfaithfulness

— Frederica Bernkastel

Hello. Goodbye...- Eternal Noob

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