For startled monkeys, from Selected Translations, by WS Merwin.
from I have had a companion on the road / by Daio (1235-1308)(translated 1977, from the French version by Masumi Shibata)
by nature the mountains are green
by nature the water is clear
midnight has passed
this nature is not known
For pines and hills, from The Penguin Book of Women Poets, edited by Carol Cosman, Joan Keefe, and Kathleen Weaver.
from The Diary of the Waning Moon / by The Nun Abutsu, Japan, d. c. 1283
In the drizzling sky of the Godless Moon, snow too
For monks and midnights, from Selected Translations, by W.S. Merwin.
from The Hours / Eihei Dogen (Japanese, 1200-1253)
in the end
there is nothing else