Of Miidera

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Of Miidera
by Matsuo Basho, translated by William George Aston
Source: W. G. Aston. A history of Japanese literature, CHAPTER IV, 1899


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“Of Miidera
The gate I would knock at—
The moon of to-day.”




Notes:

三井寺の門敲かばや今日の月 

(みゐでらのもんたたかばやけふのつき)

Mii dera no / mon tatakabaya / kyō no tsuki

(IB-714, HS-715, JR-741) 1691[1]

  1. See: Complete Basho Haiku in Japanese