Published December 1988
by Diane Pub Co .
Written in English
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A Zen Harvest: Japanese Folk Zen Sayings (Haiku, Dodoitsu, and Waka) Kindle Edition by Soiku Shigematsu (Author, Translator) Format: Kindle Edition. out of 5 stars 6 ratings. See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. /5(6). Get this from a library! A Zen harvest: Japanese folk Zen sayings: haiku, dodoitsu, and waka. [Sōiku Shigematsu;]. Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $ Buy A Zen Harvest: Japanese Folk Zen Sayings (Haiku, Dodoitsu, and Waka) at ce: $ Read "A Zen Harvest Japanese Folk Zen Sayings (Haiku, Dodoitsu, and Waka)" by available from Rakuten Kobo. One of the vital aspects of traditional Rinzai Zen koan study in Japan is jakugo, or capping-phrase exercises. When Zen Brand: Farrar, Straus And Giroux.
A Zen harvest: Japanese folk Zen sayings: haiku, dodoitsu, and waka / compiled and translated, with an introduction, by Sōiku Shigematsu ; foreword by Robert Aitken: title_short: A Zen harvest: title_sub: Japanese folk Zen sayings: haiku, dodoitsu, and . A Zen Harvest Japanese Folk Zen Sayings (Haiku, Dodoitsu, and Waka) by Soiku Shigematsu. ebook. the only book allowed in the monastery. One such anthology, written entirely in Chinese, was translated by noted Zen priest and scholar Soiku Shigematsu as A Zen Forest. Sōiku Shigematsu (重松 宗育, Shigematsu Sōiku, born Octo ) is a Japanese priest of Myoshin-ji branch of Rinzai School of Zen Buddhism, abbot of Shōgen-ji Temple in Shimizu-ku, Shizuoka, author and translator of books and essays on Zen that were instrumental in spreading interest in Zen literary tradition to the West in the latter half of the 20th century. A Zen Forest is, according to poet Gary Snyder, “the meeting place of the highest and the most humble: the great poets and the ‘old women’s sayings.’” Translator Soiku Shigematsu, abbot of Shogennji Zen Temple in Shimizu, Japan, has rendered the pieces into poetic English that illuminates some aspect of Zen, from satori to the meaning /5(2).
Soiku Shigematsu: Soiku Shigematsu is a Zen scholar, poet, and translator. His past translations include A Zen Forest: Sayings of the Masters and A Zen Harvest: Japanese Folk Zen Sayings. Shigematsu has been honored with the Jerome J. Shestack Poetry Prize from The American Poetry : Copper Canyon Press. - A Zen Harvest: Japanese Folk Zen Sayings, p. 53 Compiled and translated by Soiku Shigematsu. Great Doubt, Great Awakening, Little Doubt, Little Awakening, No Doubt, No Awakening. Sacred Circles. In illusion what is true? Illusion . - Zen and Poetry By Cynthia Muraca. See also: R. H. Blyth. Zen Poetry: Links, Bibliography, Resources, Notes Hearing a crow with no mouth Cry in the deep Darkness of the night, I feel a longing for My father before he was born. - A Zen Harvest: Japanese Folk Zen Sayings, p. Compiled and translated by Soiku Shigematsu. A Zen Harvest: Japanese Folk Zen Sayings (Haiku, Dodoitsu, and Waka) Author Macmillan Publishers. Zen Koans. Author Taka Washi. Koans, Creativity and Consciousness. The Book of Mu: Essential Writings on Zen's Most Important Koan. Author John Tarrant. The Crow Flies Backwards and Other New Zen Koans. Author Ross Bolleter.