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耕も成らねば棄てや己がじし


秋村

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タガヘシモ ナラネバステヤ オノガジシ    

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– with assistances from outside
– for a given period of time
– no matter how much
– how long you cultivate
– your deserted area
– with making all-out efforts
– you have to have a good look
– at your five years days
– oh, if unfortunatelly you could fail
– to get any results from your sand
– and there is no chance
– and/or no sprout of
– doing well at all from your land
– you should not apologize for
– anybody anything at all
– but you should change
– your life-fortune at once
– after the limited period is over
– in front of your see
– yep, in my case,
– you know, IN MY CASE
– if i have been the boat anker under the sea
– I’d rather quit chanes by myself
– than cause everyone hardship   

たがえしも ならねばすてや おのがじし   

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about the photo:

this tree is ‘Quercus dentata [柏 (カシワの木)]’. until quite recently
(about nearly half century ago), the leaves of this tree used to use
as substitute for the plate in the field and or they used to use the
wrapper for steamed foods in the steamer. in addition, folk people
who live in the rural area as the wealthy farmer believed in (even
until now) this tree as the sacred tree that their god of leaf indwells in.
it is the one of the reasons that the tree never scatter their leaves
till their next generation’s leaves sprout out, if they have be blown
by the winter wind for the period of winter. they have planted it
in front of their entrance some where and have nursed and take good
care it for generations. they never strip the tree of leaves while winter
and have prayed the long life happiness, wealth an fortune of their
family.

(by 秋村)

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〔観賞〕

たがやすや伝説の地を少しづつ 京極杞陽   

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March 11, 2016   

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About 池ノ内 孝    Takashi (Kou) Ikenouchi
17 characters haiku poet (俳名:秋村 [Shūson]), an actor, pure-Japanese, Tokyo Japan

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