"Some little talk awhile of me and thee,A different translation renders Khayyam's (1048-1131) Persian as:
there seemed -- and then no more of thee and me."
"Behind the veil there is much talk about us, whyWe do talk about ourselves. I talk about me, I talk about you, you talk about you, you talk about me, we all talk about each other. And yet there is no one there. And yet it would be foolish to try to get through a day without a sense of self and others. And yet that's an illusion. And yet necessary. And yet, and yet.
When the veil falls, neither you remain nor I."
Also, wolverine's are extraordinarily fierce. How is fierceness relevant?
Wolverine came by unannounced one evening in early autumn.
"Hello," said Raven, "I'm Raven."
Wolverine said, "The Roshi is meeting this one for the first time."
Raven said, "Is that so? What happened to the first person singular?"
Wolverine said, "No-self has appeared."
Raven said, "Could've fooled me."
adapted from Robert Aitken, Zen Master RavenRaven 35