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by Kobayashi Issa |

In this world

 In this world
we walk on the roof of hell,
gazing at flowers.

by Kobayashi Issa |

A bath when youre born

 His death poem:

 A bath when you're born,
 a bath when you die,
 how stupid.

by Kobayashi Issa |

With my father

 With my father
I would watch dawn
over green fields.

by Kobayashi Issa |

That pretty girl

 That pretty girl--
munching and rustling
the wrapped-up rice cake.

by Kobayashi Issa |

Pissing in the snow

 Pissing in the snow
outside my door--
it makes a very straight hole.

by Kobayashi Issa |

Even on the smallest islands

 Even on the smallest islands,
they are tilling the fields,
skylarks singing.

by Kobayashi Issa |

Dont worry spiders

 Don't worry, spiders,
I keep house

by Kobayashi Issa |

Im going out

 I'm going out,
flies, so relax,
make love.

by Kobayashi Issa |

Dont know about the people

 Approaching my village:

 Don't know about the people,
 but all the scarecrows
 are crooked.

by Kobayashi Issa |

Blossoms at night

 Blossoms at night,
and the faces of people
moved by music.