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QUOTES [15 / 15 - 21 / 21]


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1:It's drizzling.
   Here I am,
   still alive.
   ~ Santoka Taneda,
2:on the water
the reflection
of a wanderer ~ Santoka Taneda,
3:The sound of the rain-drops also Has grown older.
   ~ Santoka Taneda,
4:there is nothing else I can do;
I walk on and on ~ Santoka Taneda,
5:Wet with morning dew
I go in the direction I want ~ Santoka Taneda,
6:picking
the nameless flower
I offer it to buddha ~ Santoka Taneda,
7:I have no home :::
I have no home
autumn deepens ~ Santoka Taneda,
8:sleeping on a soft futon
I dream of my native village ~ Santoka Taneda,
9:today again,
soaking wet
I walk on an unknown road ~ Santoka Taneda,
10:Daily torn and tattered
turning to shreds
my robe for travelling ~ Santoka Taneda,
11:Milky Way :::

the milky way
at midnight
a drunkard dances ~ Santoka Taneda,
12:feel of the needle
when at last
you get the thread through it
yatto ito ga tōtta hari no kanshoku ~ Santoka Taneda,
13:slapping at the flies
slapping at the mosquitoes
slapping at myself ~ Santoka Taneda, Mountain Tasting: Zen Haiku, 351,
14:flowing with water
I walked down to the village

the sunlight freely reflects off
my freshly shaven head

within life and death
snow falls ceaselessly

I walk in the winds
brightness and darkness

   ~ Santoka Taneda,
15:Darkness,
Wet with
The sound of the waves. ~ Santoka Taneda,

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1:Completely dried up, They've become beans. ~ Santoka Taneda
2:It's drizzling.
   Here I am,
   still alive.
   ~ Santoka Taneda,
3:on the water
the reflection
of a wanderer ~ Santoka Taneda,
4:Darkness,
Wet with
The sound of the waves. ~ Santoka Taneda,
5:The sound of the rain-drops also Has grown older.
   ~ Santoka Taneda,
6:Weeds grasp their own essence and express its truth. ~ Santoka Taneda
7:there is nothing else I can do;
I walk on and on ~ Santoka Taneda,
8:Wet with morning dew
I go in the direction I want ~ Santoka Taneda,
9:picking
the nameless flower
I offer it to buddha ~ Santoka Taneda,
10:I have no home :::
I have no home
autumn deepens ~ Santoka Taneda,
11:sleeping on a soft futon
I dream of my native village ~ Santoka Taneda,
12:today again,
soaking wet
I walk on an unknown road ~ Santoka Taneda,
13:Several ripe persimmons Left on the branches; Gray clouds come and go. ~ Santoka Taneda
14:Daily torn and tattered
turning to shreds
my robe for travelling ~ Santoka Taneda,
15:Milky Way :::

the milky way
at midnight
a drunkard dances ~ Santoka Taneda,
16:Haiku is not a shriek, a howl, a sigh, or a yawn; rather, it is the deep breath of life. ~ Santoka Taneda
17:feel of the needle
when at last
you get the thread through it
yatto ito ga tōtta hari no kanshoku ~ Santoka Taneda,
18:slapping at the flies
slapping at the mosquitoes
slapping at myself ~ Santoka Taneda, Mountain Tasting: Zen Haiku, 351,
19:flowing with water
I walked down to the village

the sunlight freely reflects off
my freshly shaven head

within life and death
snow falls ceaselessly

I walk in the winds
brightness and darkness

   ~ Santoka Taneda,
20:Do not be attached to the past or wait for the future. Be grateful for each day, that is enough. I do not believe in a future world, I deny the past. I believe entirely in the present. Employ your entire body and mind in the eternal now. ~ Santoka Taneda
21:Real haiku is the soul of poetry. Anything that is not actually present in one's heart is not haiku. The moon glows, flowers bloom, insects cry, water flows. There is no place we cannot find flowers or think of the moon. This is the essence of haiku. Go beyond the restrictions of your era, forget about purpose or meaning, separate yourself from historical limitations—there you will find the essence of true art, religion, and science. ~ Santoka Taneda

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