Life of a Court Lady


Lord Tameie

What do you think is the secret

to improve one's song writing?

Well, my father Lord Teika...

Nevermind about Lord Teika

I would like to hear your personal thoughts

In that case, to write a song,

one does not necessarily

need intelligence or education,

but what is important is that it comes

from one's own nature and one's heart

Emperor Juntoku and Emperor Gotaba

had also mentioned...

Right, right. So now these are the words of

Emperor Juntoku and Emperor Gotaba

But as I understand...

What is more important is one's daily practice

Even if one writes a masterpiece one day,

if one neglects their practice the next

one will only come out average

resulting in impressions that might have people

say, "you got someone else to write it"


That is something that is necessary.

By the way, Lord Tameie, do you have

fun when you are writing songs?


whether it is fun... Such matters I don't usually...

"even think about it" is what you want to say

That must be what a happy life is like

But since I live putting effort in

having fun, I undertand you

and still lonely winds blow through your life

Living within the lake of lotus leaves

The turtle drawn to the city of gems

Finally gets to play after an eternity

My lord, I received notice from the capital, the

Mongoloids ransacked Tsushima and lchiki,

and after they passed Hizen by Matsura,

they landed in Hakata

where they commenced atrocities utilizing

a weapon known as a gun

and marched straight to the

governmental palace,

but upon returning to their ships there was a

sudden downpour and gusts of wind,

with many of their ships sinking,

the rest fled to shallower shores

It has come as celebratory news, once the

capital received word they were filled with joy

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