Diego El Moro

Little concrete information is known about Diego El Moro, a.k.a. “Hajji” or simply “Hajj,” as his origins remain shrouded in mystery. A self-proclaimed Existential Charlatan, Diego claims that he “comes from nowhere,” and long ago adopted the ethos of the itinerant Komuso monks. Indeed, you are most likely to find Diego wandering the countryside healing sorrow with his bamboo flute and philosophical ruminations. Generally, El Moro is inclined to listen to the silence behind the noise.

Diego El Moro

7 Responses “Diego El Moro” →

  1. kimba yo

    April 20, 2011

    where’s the cobra?

    Reply
  2. File under: Only In Nihon. Bless them and all my love to the people affected by the catastrophic events of 2011.

    Reply
  3. this post should anyone print out and put on every lantern in london

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