Right under the big sky, I don’t wear a hat, poems by Hōsai Ozaki translated by Hiroaki Sato. Stone Bridge Press, 1993, 144 pages, paperback, 8½ by 5½ inches. $12.00 at bookstores. Foreword by Cor van den Heuvel; introduction by Kyoko Selden. Presents hundreds of haiku translated in one-line form, and six short prose pieces by Hōsai. Sato discusses his choice to translate the poems in a single line in a brief prefatory essay. Highly recommended.
Looking for a job I walk all over town nothing but walking people