It is clearly seen (from The Song of Enlightenment)

by Hsuan Chueh of Yung Chia / Yoka Genkaku

English version by International Institute for the Translation of Buddhist Texts
Original Language Chinese

It is clearly seen:
There is not a single thing.
Nor are there any people; nor are there any Buddhas.
The great thousand worlds are bubbles in the sea.
All the worthy Sages are like flashes of lightning.
Even if an iron wheel were rolled over one's head,
Samadhi and wisdom would be fully bright and never lost.

-- from Song of Enlightenment: By Great Master Yung Chia of the T'ang Dynasty, Edited by Tripitaka Master Hua / Translated by International Institute for the Translation of Buddhist Texts

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It is clearly seen