Giapan

By Joshua Edwards

“Suns and moons are travelers of eternity, as are the passing years. Those who pilot boats their whole lives or lead horses until time overtakes them make a home of their journeys. Many great men of the past died on the road. Some time ago I was also enchanted to follow the example of a cloud carried by wind, and I wandered up and down the coast until last autumn. Upon returning to my cottage by the river, I swept away cobwebs, and before I knew it the year had ended. Then spring arrived with its mist and a restless spirit filled me with longing . . .”

Matsuo Bashō, from Oku no Hosomichi



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