„The thief left it behind:
the moon
at my window.“

—  Ryōkan

Written after a thief robbed his hut, as translated in The Enlightened Heart: An Anthology of Sacred Poetry‎ (1993) by Stephen Mitchell, p. 162

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japanischer Mönch und Dichter 1758 - 1831

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