no divine punishment
ima made wa bachi mo atarazu hirune kaya
no divine punishment yet--
under the net
by Issa, 1819
This haiku is one of the "essential" 188 picked by the translator.
Through his whole life, Issa believed he is a san of peasant.
He always blame himself for eating without working in rice field.
He asked to himself "Can I be afford to nap while all peasants
work hard at rice field in hot summer day".