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Japanese proverb 実るほど頭を垂れる稲穂かな minoru hodo koube wo tareru inaho kana : The boughs that bear most, hang lowest.

実るほど頭を垂れる稲穂かな The boughs that bear most, hang lowest.

Calligraphy "Flower" 花 by Yukio Nakagawa, Japan

i usually hate red but like it here. Calligraphy "Flower" 花 by Yukio Nakagawa, Japan

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Zen Calligraphy Japanese calligraphy by Yamada Mumon (Japanese Zen Priest) "Moon"

Japanese poem by Lady Ukon from the one hundred poems by one hundred poets : I am forsaken / but about myself I don't care / I must fear instead / for the life you swore away / when we made our vows of love 忘らるる身をば思はず誓ひてし 人の命の惜しくもあるかな

Japanese poem by Lady Ukon from the one hundred poems by one hundred poets : I am forsaken / but about myself I don't care / I must fear instead / for the life you swore away / when we made our vows of love 忘らるる身をば思はず誓ひてし 人の命の惜しくもあるかな

Calligraphy "Hope" 希望 by Souun TAKEDA, Japan

Calligraphy "Hope" by Souun Takeda Japan

by Fushimi in'no Shinsaisho,   : unable to sleep / I lose myself so wholly / in thoughts of love / that my heart becomes one / with the colour of my lamp

Fushimi in'no Shinsaisho, : unable to sleep / I lose myself so wholly / in thoughts of love / that my heart becomes one / with the colour of my lamp

Japanese proverb 立つ鳥跡を濁さず tatsu tori ato-wo nigosazu "Cast no dirt in the well that gives you water"

Japanese proverb 立つ鳥跡を濁さず tatsu tori ato-wo nigosazu "Cast no dirt in the well that gives you water" "No tires tierra en el aljibe que te da el agua"

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