Ki no Tsurayuki

(872-945 / Japan)

Ki no Tsurayuki Poems

1. A Cuckoo To 9/4/2010
2. A Dewdrop 9/4/2010
3. At Yoshino River 9/4/2010
4. Beneath The Mighty Gods 9/4/2010
5. Cranes Among The Reeds 9/4/2010
6. Crimson 9/4/2010
7. Did I But Know The Way 9/4/2010
8. Did Some Lodge Here 9/4/2010
9. I May Never Know The Morrow- 9/4/2010
10. I, This Morning 9/4/2010
11. In Every Year 9/4/2010
12. In The Autumn Fields 9/4/2010
13. In The Land Of Tsu 9/4/2010
14. In The Summer Mountains 9/4/2010
15. In The Twilit Night 9/4/2010
16. In This Endless Rain 9/4/2010
17. I'Ve Not Set Hand 9/4/2010
18. From Cupped Hands 9/4/2010
19. From The First Bloom 9/4/2010
20. From This Year On 9/4/2010
21. Meeting Is As Remote 9/4/2010
22. My Friend 9/4/2010
23. My Lord Hangs 9/4/2010
24. My Thoughts Are Drawn 9/4/2010
25. Now A Few Days 9/4/2010
26. Of People: 9/4/2010
27. On A Summer Night 9/4/2010
28. On Account Of Rain 9/4/2010
29. On The Path Of Dreams 9/4/2010
30. Once I Wet My Sleeves 9/4/2010
31. Parting 9/4/2010
32. The Colour And The Fragrance 9/4/2010
33. The Coverlet Of Isles 9/4/2010
34. The Cuckoo's 9/4/2010
35. The First Geese 9/4/2010
36. The Morning Mists 9/4/2010
37. The Parting Year 9/4/2010
38. The River Wind 9/4/2010
39. The Scent Of Plum 9/4/2010
40. The Waves Offshore 9/4/2010
Best Poem of Ki no Tsurayuki

The Autumn Mountains

The Autumn mountains
Weave Autumn leaves
For offerings, so
Even I, living here,
Feel the urge to travel.

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A Mountain Cherry

A mountain cherry
Through the drifting mists
Faintly
Seen thus there is a lady
I long for all the more.

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