Taigu Ryokan (1758-1831 / Japan)
In The Morning
In the morning, bowing to all;
In the evening, bowing to all.
Respecting others is my only duty--
Hail to the Never-despising Bodhisattva.
In heaven and earth he stands alone.
A real monk
Only one thing--
a heart like
Taigu Ryokan's Other Poems
- At Dusk
- At Master Do's Country House
- Blending With The Wind
- Down In The Village
- First Days Of Spring - The sky
- For Children Killed In A Smallpox Epidem...
- Have You Forgotten Me
- How Can I Possibly Sleep
- I Watch People In The World
- In A Dilapidated Three-Room Hut
- In My Youth I Put Aside My Studies
- In The Morning
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