Bare Butt Haiku.

Via elephant journal
on May 30, 2010
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“With no underrobes,

bare butt suddenly exposed —

a gust of spring wind.”

~ Yosa Buson, 18th century Zen poet


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2 Responses to “Bare Butt Haiku.”

  1. This is why those Zen monks tended to hang out in out of the way places.
    Deep in the mountains, nobody can see your ass.

  2. pauloone says:

    Shinning globes of flesh

    pressed against a bus window

    full moon on the pike