The poem reads: "in the autumn fields/ where the wind blows repeatedly/ on the white dewdrops,/ the gems, not strung together, / do scatter about indeed" (Trans. Joshua Mostow). As the verse refers to dewdrops scattering in the wind, Hokusai emphasizes the power of the wind through the two men at the rear of the boat. Poles gripped and bodies tensed, they do their best to keep the boat itself from scattering from the whims of the wind. Other impressions of this print can be found in institutions such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Honolulu Museum of Art, British Museum, Harvard Art Museums, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.