July 22, 2011
Haiga 613 Casimiro de Brito haiku3 - words
Haiku by Casimiro de Brito (Portugal). Artwork by myself.
Just a few words uttered by someone may have profound effects, be they good or bad, on the another. In my case, the words were "Keep on embracing". These words triggered a chain of thoughts and actions thereafter. In order to fully embrace the other, one needs to restrain all the self-centered thoughts, transforming one's mind becoming like the clear water, which embraces a lot of things and still maintains its identity as the water.
Obviously, the words have left good effects on my life, being surrounded by nice family members, friends, and co-workers.
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Casimiro is on a roll here :)
and nice reading the note Kuni-san...very true and meaningful :)
Oh as well your art, Kuni-san - without the note, i was thinking how the haiga could be seen as positive and negative simultaneously...but finally it is a flowery sword -- again, nice way he put it! :)
*he puts it!
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