Sugawara Takesue no Musume

(1009 - 1070 / Japan)

Scarce Had My Mind Received


Scarce had my mind received with wonder
The thought of newly fallen snow -
Seeing the ground lie white -
When the scent of Tachibana flowers
Arose from fallen blossoms.

Submitted: Thursday, January 01, 2004

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