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By Kiyowara no Fukayabu (9th century) / February 28, 1990

Though it is winter, winter bleak With all this world's un-flowering, Flowers, flowers fall from the sky. An impossible thing: Unless, in worlds beyond those clouds, Who knows, it could be spring.

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Translated from Japanese by Graeme Wilson