learning to let go

haiku cherry blossoms, my cherry blossomlearning to let go –
cherry blossom snows.


8 thoughts on “learning to let go

      1. why shall I stay? Do things like sitting under sacred olive trees still hold a place somewhere in you memory? If now memories exist, there’s no reason to stay.

  1. Sorry to hear that. I guess they’ll just have to stay my memories, sad though, not as speacial when they’re not shared. Anyways, I’ve been enjoying most of your work. I’m glad to see you are finally getting credit for your talent. You’ve been blessed!

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