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Source Notes: In R. H. Blyth, trans. Haiku, vol. 4 (1949). Blyth notes: "The Japanese never had and never seemed to desire any means of being comfortably warm in winter. Rich and poor alike shivered from the end of autumn until the middle of spring. Especially the poets (who seem to have been indigent on the whole), more sensitive to the cold than ordinary people, spent many a night of grinding wretchedness trying to sleep in spite of cold feet and thin shanks. The way in which Buson says, 'My bones feel the quilts' instead of 'The quilts touched my bones' shows the activity of the supersensitiveness."
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