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No beginning,
No end.
Our mind
is born and dies:
The emptiness of emptiness!

Sojun Ikkyu (Japan, 1394-1481)

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When autumn winds blow
not one leaf remains
the way it was

Okumura Togyu (Japan, 1889-1990)

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Light has no voice.
It doesnt call to you through its voice
It call to you through the Light.

Takami Jun (, 1907-1965)

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Seen in plain daylight
the firefly's nothing but
an insect

Matsuo Basho (Japan, 1644 -1694)

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If at the end of our journey
There is no final
Resting place,
Then we need not fear
Losing our Way.

Sojun Ikkyu (Japan, 1394-1481)

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The days grow long
I give a yawning to others
And part from them.

Soseki Natsume (Japan, 1867-1916)

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I've worked harder than hardest,
Yet I'm no better off;
I only look down at my bony hands.

Ishikawa Takuboku (Japan, 1886-1912)

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This world
Is but
A fleeting dream
So why be alarmed
At its evanescence?

Sojun Ikkyu (Japan, 1394-1481)

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Autumn deepens
Today also,
Travelling.

Taneda Santoka (Japan, 1882-1940)

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He says a word,
and I say a word autumn
is deepening.

Kyoshi Takahama (Japan, 1874-1959)

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Life in this world
is brief as time spent sheltered
from winter showers.

Iio Sogi (Japan, 1421 - 1502)

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The vagaries of life,
Though painful
Teach us
Not to cling
To this floating world.

Sojun Ikkyu (Japan, 1394-1481)

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Just to say the word
home, that one word alone,
so pleasantly cool

Kobayashi Issa (Japan, 1763-1827)

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Since all living things die in the end
while Im in this world
Ill enjoy myself.

Otomo-no-Tabito (Japan, 665-731)

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I close my eyes
and see myself again as a kid...
spring evening.

Kyoshi Takahama (Japan, 1874-1959)

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Look!
Its dark in the tunnel!
Its dark
But if you cut your way through gloom
There will be the light

Takami Jun (Japan, 1907-1965)

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