“I’d like to take a nap after carrying a heavy load in this world.”
In this Haiku, Masaoka Shiki expresses both the difficulty of enduring life’s challenges and the importance of stepping aside from these worries and finding a moment of rest. The simple wording brings a smile to the reader’s lips, and reminds us that a good sense of humor is always able to find respite in the face of great difficulties.
世の中の 重荷おろして 昼寝かな
Paper size: 6 1/4” (h) x 6 1/4” (w)
Frame size: 10" (h) x 10" (w)
Sumi Ink on handmade Kozo paper
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