I do not know the name of the ancient Chinese poet who wrote these lines but they refer to the glimpse:For about thirty years I wandered
Searching for the real Tao everywhere . . .
But at this moment, seeing the peach blossoms,
I am suddenly enlightened, and have no more doubts.
-- Notebooks Category 22: Inspiration and the Overself > Chapter 6: Experiencing a Glimpse > # 57