"You look at people the way you look at art: the body is a canvas for the artist, and while you begin to imagine meaning, the artist is known only by invitation."
"In classical Japanese poetry, a number of poets confess to confusing falling cherry blossoms with snow. Falling cherry blossoms are a common symbol of impermanence, one of the essential doctrines or three marks of existence in Buddhism." My Poem Under the pale snow, There was one single cherry blossom tree. And as two sirens broke … Continue reading Cherry Blossoms Fall Softly to The Ground with Snowflakes