Sunday, March 8, 2015

Where are the scent from? with " Voice " Japanese calligraphy

I listened to the spring whisper.

梅の花  なににほふらん  見る人の  色をも香をも  忘れぬる世に
大弐 三位 (999 - 1082)   新古今和歌集

Plum blossom Why fragrant People to appreciate  Color and flavor Even though they've forgotten
Daini no Sanmi (999 - 1082)   Shin Kokin Wakashū

Idyllic day.

わかやとの  梅のたちえや  見えつらん  思ひの外に  君かきませる
平 兼盛 (? -991)   拾遺和歌集

My house Branch of apricot Whether looked?  Surprisingly You've come

Sunshine is gentle.

梅の花  匂ふ春べは  くらぶ山  闇に越ゆれど  しるくぞありける
紀 貫之 (872 - 945)   古今和歌集

Japanese apricot Spring scent Desolate mountain  Going darkness  Feel presence clearly

   " 声 " (sei, or koe). It is translated as voice.
   This character is written by Kanzi, Regular script.

   Etymology : Ideogrammic compound
    Clang the lithograph  +    Ear

The voice can be heard naturally. Although it is wonder what.
In both ears and mind.

Plum Blossoms in Kyoto.
Over the next two months. Kyoto is the most shining season.

ペテロの第一の手紙 第5章 第6節

Humble yourselves therefore under the mighty hand of God, that he may exalt you in due time; 
1 Peter  5:6

God bless you.