Japanese poet whose first book of
poems, Akogare (Longing), was published in 1905. Five years
later, a second collection, Ichiaku no Suna (A Handful of
Dust), broke new ground by writing about aspects of everyday life.
1910 Ichiaku no Suna (translated by Sakanishi Shio).
Like a stone That rolls down a
hill, I have come to this
stone, rolls, down, hill, day
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