Kobayashi Issa

(1763 - 1827 / Kashiwabara / Japan)

Don't know about the people


Approaching my village:

Don't know about the people,
but all the scarecrows
are crooked.


Translated by Robert Hass

Submitted: Monday, January 13, 2003

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