Matsuo Basho

Matsuo Basho

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Matsuo Bashō (松尾 芭蕉, 1644 – November 28, 1694), born Matsuo Kinsaku (松尾 金作), then Matsuo Chūemon Munefusa (松尾 忠右衛門 宗房),[2] was the most famous poet of the Edo period in Japan.
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First snowfalling    on the half-finished bridge
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Midfield,attached to nothing,    the skylark singing
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scent of plum blossomson the misty mountain patha big rising sun
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How admirable
to see lightning and not think    life is fleeting
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When the winter chrysanthemums go,there's nothing to write about    but radishes
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First day of spring—I keep thinking about    the end of autumn
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The squid seller's callmingles with the voice    of the cuckoo
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Spring:
A hill without a
Veiled in morning mist
The beginning of autumn:
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Winter solitude—in a world of one color    the sound of wind
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Coolness of the melonsflecked with mud    in the morning dew
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Fleas, lice,a horse peeing    near my pillow
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The dragonflycan't quite land    on that blade of grass
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First winter rain—even the monkey    seems to want a raincoat
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What fish feel,birds feel,
I don't know—    the year ending
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Kori nigaku enso ga nodo o uruoseri Bitter–tasting ice —Just enough to wet the
Of a sewer rat
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Blowing stonesalong the road on Mount Asama,    the autumn wind
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