Tag Archives: Miyagi plain

SZS IV: 256

Composed when a hundred poem sequence was presented to His Majesty, during the reign of Former Emperor Horikawa.

さまざまに心ぞとまる宮城野の花のいろいろ虫の声ごゑ

samazama ni
kokoro zo tomaru
miyagino no
Fana no iroiro
musi no kowegowe
So many things
Do rest within my heart:
On Miyagi plain
The multicoloured blossom and
The insects’ songs.

Minamoto no Toshiyori
源俊頼

This poem is also Horikawa hyakushu 1400.

SZS IV: 249

Topic unknown.

宮城野の萩や雄鹿の妻ならん花咲きしより声の色なる

miyagino no
Fagi ya wosika no
tuma naran
Fana sakisi yori
kowe no iro naru
On Miyagi plain
Has the bush clover the stag’s
Bride become?
For since the blossom bloomed
His cry takes on its passionate hue.

Fujiwara no Mototoshi
藤原基俊

SZS III: 218

Composed at the residence of the Ōmiya Former Chancellor, on the conception of when the moon in autumn seems like summer.

小萩原また花咲かぬ宮城野の鹿や今宵の月に鳴くらん

koFagiFara
mata Fana sakanu
miyagino no
sika ya koyoFi no
tuki ni nakuran
The young bush clover meadows
Are not yet in bloom;
On Miyagi plain
Do the stags tonight
Cry to the moon, I wonder?

Fujiwara no Atsunaka
藤原敦仲