311 A poem from Kokin wakashū (Collection of Poems Ancient and Modern); opening verse, Tachiwakare (たちわかれ)

Item

Title

311 A poem from Kokin wakashū (Collection of Poems Ancient and Modern); opening verse, Tachiwakare (たちわかれ)

Calligrapher

Attributed to Hanazono Sanemitsu (1629-1984)

Style/period

Edo (1615–1868)

Date

Early Edo

Material

Tanzaku (poem slip); ink on paper with underdrawing

Measurements

36.3 x 6.1 cm

Identifier

Z42_4j3_133b_311

Item Locator

Z42.4 J3

Transcription

たちわかれいなはの山の峰におふる/まつとしきかはいまかへりこむ

Transliteration

KKS VII: 365 tachiwakare / inaba no yama no / mine ni ouru / matsu to shi kikaba / ima kaerikomu (McCullough 1985, p. 88)

Translation

KKS VII: 365 though I must depart / I shall hurry home if I / hear you wait for me / patient as the pines that grow / on Mount Inaba where I go (Rodd 2017, p. 152)

KKS VII: 365 I must leave you now, / to journey to Inaba, / where pines top the peaks, / but I will return at once / if you say you pine for me. (McCullough 1985, p. 88)

Description

Information on kiwame fuda (Identification/Authentication slip): 花園殿 實満朝臣/たちわかれ
(極印)守村
(筆跡)古筆了任(分家二代)
Attributed to Hanazono-dono/ Sanemitsu Ason; Authentication Seal: Shuson; Authenticator: Kohitsu Ryōnin (Second generation head of the Kohitsu branch lineage)

Source

〈第一巻 1〉 古今和歌集 (伊達家旧蔵本) コキンワカシュウ 古今和歌集巻第八 離別歌 題しらず 在原行平朝臣 365 立ちわかれいなばの山の峰におふる松としきかば今かへりこむ
Gertrude Bass Warner Memorial Library

Repository

University of Oregon. Libraries. Special Collections & University Archives

Institution

University of Oregon

Type

Image

Format

image/jpeg

Rights

No Copyright - United States

Rights Holder

University of Oregon. Libraries. Special Collections & University Archives

Item sets

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