Friday, December 23, 2011

" Sincere " Japanese calligraphy

    』 (sei, or makoto). It is translated as sincere, honest, true, real.
   This character is written by Kanzi,
Regular script.

   Etymology : 
(words, or speak) + (completed, or fixed)
   It is honest to take responsibility for words.

   Etymology : 言 ⇒ upper half part (sharp knife) +
   It is the same as having a knife to speak, sometimes.

   This word is good for the New Year.
   The spirit will cultivate the life.

   I believe all.. sincerely...
   I pray for your crop.

   So Good year for you and yours.

   とき遅き  たがひはあれど  つらぬかぬ
     ことなきものは  誠なりけり
       明治天皇御製  (1852 – 1912)

   early or late   may be difference   but stick to the will
      at any time   my sincere heart
       Emperor Meiji  (1852 – 1912)

Friday, December 9, 2011

Crimson Mark

   The backlight penetrates the body of the leaf.
   The passion drips.

   The cold air and the scathing rays.

   The infinite sky embraces very small leaves.
   The red will fly in the space.

   The bonsai and the ultramarine blue.

   The blood vessel runs in our thought.
   Yes, it is always.

   Sometimes serenity will be required.

   Warm greetings... and good weekend.

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