„All the birds have flown up and gone;
A lonely cloud floats leisurely by.
We never tire of looking at each other—
Only the mountain and I.“

—  Li Po, [38] "Alone Looking at the Mountain" Variant translations: The birds have vanished down the sky. Now the last cloud drains away. We sit together, the mountain and me, until only the mountain remains. "Zazen on Ching-t'ing Mountain", trans. Sam Hamill Flocks of birds fly high and vanish; A single cloud, alone, calmly drifts on. Never tired of looking at each other— Only the Ching-t'ing Mountain and me. "Sitting Alone in Ching-t'ing Mountain", trans. Irving Y. Lo
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