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Poem 97 from One Hundred Poems by One Hundred Poets
konu hito o
yaku ya moshio no
mi mo kogaretsutsu
I wait for one who
does not come, and like seaweed
burned for salt in
the dusky calm of Matsuho Bay,
I am constantly scorched by flames.
-- Provisional Middle Counselor Teika
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