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Session 02 (Wallace) *respect copryright law — use this PowerPoint only for the purposes of this course, do not duplicate or distribute. 1 night . . . silently in the moonlight, a worm digs into a chestnut . 3 on a bare branch a crow has alighted . . . autumn nightfall .

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1 night silently in the moonlight a worm digs into a chestnut

Session 02(Wallace)*respect copryright law — use this PowerPoint only for the purposes of this course, do not duplicate or distribute


1 night silently in the moonlight a worm digs into a chestnut

1night . . . silentlyin the moonlight, a wormdigs into a chestnut


3 on a bare branch a crow has alighted autumn nightfall

3on a bare brancha crow has alighted . . . autumn nightfall


3 on a bare branch a crow has alighted autumn nightfall1

3on a bare brancha crow has alighted . . . autumn nightfall

Calligraphy by Bashō


1 night silently in the moonlight a worm digs into a chestnut

In a tree that standson the cragby abandoned paddies,a dove calling to its companionin the desolate twilight

Saigyō (1118–90), Sankashūno. 997


E vening crow in a bare tree on the mountain peak a voice

evening crow—in a bare tree on the mountain peaka voice

Hie 冷え “chill” yase 痩せ “gauntness”


3 on a bare branch a crow has alighted autumn nightfall2

3on a bare brancha crow has alighted . . . autumn nightfall

Painting, calligraphy, poem by Bashō


3 on a bare branch a crow has alighted autumn nightfall3

3on a bare brancha crow has alighted . . . autumn nightfall


3 on a bare branch a crow has alighted autumn nightfall4

3on a bare brancha crow has alighted . . . autumn nightfall


3 on a bare branch a crow has alighted autumn nightfall5

3on a bare brancha crow has alighted . . . autumn nightfall

Painting by Kyoriku, calligraphy and poem by Bashō


3 on a bare branch a crow has alighted autumn nightfall6

3on a bare brancha crow has alighted . . . autumn nightfall


3 on a bare branch a crow has alighted autumn nightfall7

3on a bare brancha crow has alighted . . . autumn nightfall


3 on a bare branch a crow has alighted autumn nightfall8

3on a bare brancha crow has alighted . . . autumn nightfall


4 one who breakfasts with morning glories that s what i am

4one who breakfastswith morning glories:that’s what I am


5 the crescent moon a bud on the morning glory swelling at night

5the crescent moon—a bud on the morning gloryswelling at night


1 night silently in the moonlight a worm digs into a chestnut

6I buy water at this grass-thatched hut.ice, tasting bitterin the mouth of a sewer rat,quenches his thirst


8 poem on horseback roadside rose of sharon devoured by my horse

8Poem on horsebackroadside rose ofsharon: devouredby my horse


Poem on horseback roadside rose of sharon devoured by my horse

Poem on horsebackroadside rose ofsharon: devouredby my horse

Painting, calligraphy, poem by Bashō


Poem on horseback roadside rose of sharon devoured by my horse1

Poem on horsebackroadside rose ofsharon: devouredby my horse


1 night silently in the moonlight a worm digs into a chestnut

I went out to the beach at daybreak, when it was still dark.twilight of dawn: a whitefish, / with an inch / of whiteness


10 old pond a frog jumps in water s sound

10old ponda frog jumps in,water’s sound

Haiga by Sengai

Rinzai Zen Monk

1750-1837


11 tranquil listening come hear the bagworm s voice simple hut

11Tranquil listening“Come, hearthe bagworm’s voice!”simple hut


Come hear the bagworm s voice simple hut

“Come, hearthe bagworm’s voice!”simple hut

Painting, calligraphy and poem by Bashō


Come hear the bagworm s voice simple hut1

“Come, hearthe bagworm’s voice!”simple hut


14 petal upon petal yellow mountain roses fall waterfall s rush

14petal upon petalyellow mountain roses fall.waterfall’s rush


Petal upon petal yellow mountain roses fall waterfall s rush

petal upon petal / yellow mountain roses fall. / waterfall’s rush

Painting by Kyoriku, poem and calligraphy by Basho


16 an octopus pot inside a short lived dream under the summer moon

16an octopus pot—inside, a short-lived dreamunder the summer moon


19 red red the sun is pitiless yet the autumn wind

19red redthe sun is pitilessyet the autumn wind


1 night silently in the moonlight a worm digs into a chestnut

あかあかやあかあかあかやあかあかやあかあかあかやあかあかや月

Painting and calligraphy by KakinumaKōji (calligrapher, b. 1970).

Poem by

Myōe(明恵, 1173-1232,

Kegon monk;

one of the founders of the tea tradition)


24 mountain roses when tea ovens at uji are so fragrant

24mountain roses—when tea ovens at Ujiare so fragrant


24 mountain roses when tea ovens at uji are so fragrant1

24mountain roses—when tea ovens at Ujiare so fragrant


31 a nap feet cool on the wall

31A nap.Feet coolon the wall.


32 chrysanthemum fragrance in nara ancient buddhas

32Chrysanthemum fragrance.In Nara,ancient Buddhas.


Chrysanthemum decorations at entranceways chrysanthemum festival 9 th day of 9 th month

Chrysanthemum decorations at entranceways, Chrysanthemum Festival, 9th Day of 9th Month


Chrysanthemum fragrance in nara ancient buddhas

Chrysanthemum fragrance. / In Nara, / ancient Buddhas


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