The peach blossom have various kinds.
The expressions are very individual.
In the Far East, they are cultivated as admiration or edible.
The sweet fragrance attracts insects.
I understand their gorgeous clothes clearly from far away.
The pure white seems to be the snow drew on the canvas of sky.
The colors are signs of the bright season.
This poetry was created by Zen priest Ryōkan.
良寛 (1758 - 1831)
The flower, no-mindedness... charms the butterfly.
The butterfly, no-mindedness... visits the flower.
Ryōkan (1758 - 1831)