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Posted By: I.Nagy
Posted Date: Feb 12, 2021 (08:08 PM)
Callgraphy; (It is not title!)
以人為鏡 - Hito wo motte kagami wo nasu - cca. Making others a mirror ≒
Learn wisdom by faults of others
Find yourself in other's shade ec.
14 Haikus ( Short poems)
Meaning of the above Buddhist expression;
Buddha's voice is the voice of sea tide
that we will create a better world from yesterday to today and from today to tomorrow
Folowed by this haiku;
汲とりて立向ふ - Kumitorite tachimukau
なぜよ - naze yo
潮乃花 - Shio no hana
Why confront the ebb tide - Tide flowers (Salt bubbles)
辱友 梅恵 - Buyū Baikei - Name of poet
Seemingly both books are haiku related.
I think at the last inside pages (opposite of western books) there are colophons with titles, publisher names, publishing dates etc.