". . . The most fascinating feature of the print is that the reflection of Fuji is not the same as the original; its position is wrong, its slope is wrong, it is snow-capped and the surface view of Fuji itself is not . . . In the print the village is not reflected, nor is there an image of the boat in the water. The only reflection is Fuji's. There is no sign of humanity."
- from 24 Views
Where willows shade the river bank,
She urged that I recline.
She fed me figs and poured me full
Of pomegranate wine.
I told of force and time and space,
I told of hence and yonder;
I asked if she would come with me
To know my worlds of wonder.
She clasped her knees; her voice was soft;
"It dazes me to ponder
The blazing stars and tintamars,
The whirling ways you wander!
"You are you and I am I,
And best that you return.
And I will stay in Eridu
With all this yet to learn."