Two students of the master claimed each erred.
The windy day about them showed the trees
in slow dance to and fro. The first declared,
"the cause of all this swaying is the breeze."
"The supple, bouncy boughs," the second said,
"explains this roiling boreal display."
Unto the master, then, their case was pled
to clarify this philosophic fray.
"My student Ming maintains the wind is waving
while Hong contends the trees themselves have blame,
and though some say that both are same behaving,
I say 'all wrong'. The mind, alone, has claim,
to assay and interpret sensed effects,
and wholely owns that vision it projects."