A Fine breeze blows through the temple halls

A fine breeze blows through the temple halls,
touches my robe;
beyond the railing, the rains of the plum season fall.
Here there is a tranquil monk to engage in conversation —
he breaks off a palm-frond to use as his chowry.
Author of original: 
Wen Cheng-ming
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