吹くからに 秋の草木の しをるれば むべ山風を 嵐というらむ
As soon as they blow down,
Droop and wither
The trees and plants grown
The mountain storms in the autumn weather
Must be called the tempests yet further.
By Fun’ya Yasuhide
Translated by Kota Nakako
As soon as they blow down, the trees and plants in the mouintains wither and droop, the mountain storms must be called the tempests.