Saigyo

(1118 - 1190 / Japan)

The Monk Saigyo Poem by Saigyo


Should I blame the moon
For bringing forth this sadness,
As if it pictured grief?
Lifting up my troubled face,
I regard it through my tears

Submitted: Thursday, January 01, 2004

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