I still wonder about that haiku from Yamamoto Isao. "Long lived man conquers / his hand as big as ever / yet destroying all." What does it mean? Let's spend some time thinking about it.
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I think I have an idea about this haiku! At first I thought Yamamoto Isao was referring to you, but then it struck me: "Long Lived Man" - that could be the translation of "Hisao", and that refers to none other than Emperor Hisao Hito.