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Yosa Buson


Born
Kema in Settsu Province (now Kema-chō, Miyakojima Ward in Osaka), Japan
Died
December 25, 1783

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Yosa Buson or Yosa no Buson (与謝蕪村) was a Japanese poet and painter from the Edo period. Along with Matsuo Bashō and Kobayashi Issa, Buson is considered among the greatest poets of the Edo Period.

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Collected Haiku of Yosa Buson

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Haiku Master Buson

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Flores del Buda

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Japanese Haiku

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En un sueño pintado

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Sessantasei haiku

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Os quatro rostos do mundo [...

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buson: haiku

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Selección de jaikus

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66 Haiku

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Quotes by Yosa Buson  (?)
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“Calligraphy of geese
against the sky-
the moon seals it.”
Buson Yosa

“In pale moonlight / the wisteria's scent / comes from far away.”
Yosa Buson

“Standing still at dusk
Listen . . . in far distances
The song of froglings!”
Buson, Japanese Haiku