150+ Cherry Blossom Quotes For Spring 2022

Cherry blossom quotes are a great way to express your love for this beautiful flower. The cherry blossoms are in full bloom from April through late June. The long-lasting blossoms can be seen from mid-March to mid-June and each bloom lasts about 7 days. The blossoms are a bright red color and the name comes from the fact that the blossoms make such a beautiful red color when they are in bloom. These quotes are also a wonderful way to express your appreciation for spring.

1. “What a strange thing! To be alive beneath cherry blossoms.” –Kobayashi Issa

2. “In the cherry blossom’s shade there’s no such thing as a stranger.” –Kobayashi Issa

3.”The work of preservation demands that the feelings playing about in one’s guts not be turned into action. Just watch their passing like cherry blossoms.” –Maxine Hong Kingston

4.”The Japanese school year begins in spring. So mothers can send off their children as cherry blossoms fall from the branches.” –Cathy Davidson

5.”It is springtime now! While the world looks for a new war to fight, you look for the cherry blossom to watch! Let the stupid seek the violence; you seek the elegance!” – Mehmet Murat İldan.

6.”From all these trees, in the salads, the soup, everywhere, cherry blossoms fall.” – Matsuo Basho

7.”Let us find inner freedom in each lucky moment that we encounter, like a sun-basking butterfly that finds peace on a cherry blossom petal.” – Erik Pevernagie

8.”Flowers enshrine my heart between their petals; that’s why my heartbeats love them so much.” – Munia Khan

9.”White cherry blossom behold the joy of spring, As white cherry blossom blooms, For it will be over soon.” – Christopher Tye, ‘White Cherry Blossom

10.”If in this world there were no such thing as cherry blossoms, perhaps then in springtime our hearts would be at peace. “- Ariwara no Narihira

11.”Everything blooms in its own time.” – Ken Petti

12.” I have a pretty good memory, but memories are time beings, too, like cherry blossoms or ginkgo leaves; for a while they are beautiful, and then they fade and die.” – Ruth Ozeki.

13.” I recall the months and years I spent as the intimate of someone whose affections have now faded like cherry blossoms scattering even before a wind blew.” – Yoshida Kenko.

14.” We celebrate the cherry tree not for its efficiency but for its effectiveness – and for its beauty. Its materials are in constant flow, and all those thousands of useless cherry blossoms look gorgeous. Then they fall to the ground and become soil again, so there’s no problem.” – William McDonough.

15.” The significance of the cherry blossom tree in Japanese culture goes back hundreds of years. In their country, the cherry blossom represents the fragility and the beauty of life. It’s a reminder that life is almost overwhelmingly beautiful but that it is also tragically short.” – Homaro Cantu.

16.”Look at the cherry blossoms! Their color and scent fall with them, are gone forever, yet mindless. The spring comes again.” – Ikkyu Sojun.

17.” When the mind is really absent, in that silence, in that unlimited space, your potential starts glowing, radiating, flowering. Suddenly you are full of cherry blossoms, a new presence, a new fragrance.” – Rajneesh

18.” Between our two lives there is also the life of the cherry blossom”. – Matsuo Basho.

19.”If I were asked to explain the Japanese spirit, I would say it is wild cherry blossoms glowing in the morning sun! ” – Motoori Norinaga.

20.” And so the spring buds burst, and so I gaze, and so the blossoms fall, and so my days .” – Onitsuka.

21.”Light as feathers, as fleeting as Zephyr, one moment they breathed pink, the next they faded. Cherry blossoms were as much an inspiration for beautiful verse as they were a reminder of life’s fickleness, she thought.” – Alice Poon, ‘The Green Phoenix’.

22.” Looking about I see no cherry blossoms, And no crimson leaves, A straw-thatched hut by a bay, In the autumn dusk.” – Fujiwara no Teika.

23. “For in spite of the snapdragons and the duty millers and the cherry blossoms, it was always winter” – Janet Frame“Loveliest of trees the cherry now Is hung with bloom along the bough” – A.E. Housman

24. “It is springtime now! While the world looks for a new war to fight, you look for the cherry blossom to watch! Let the stupid seeks the violence; you seek the elegance!” – Mehmet Murat İldan

25. “When the mind is really absent, in that silence, in that unlimited space, your potential starts glowing, radiating, flowering. Suddenly you are full of cherry blossoms, a new presence, a new fragrance” – Rajneesh

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26. “If I were asked to explain the Japanese spirit, I would say it is wild cherry blossoms glowing in the morning sun!” – Motoori Norinaga

27. “I hiked out to the country On a path of self-discovery But all I found was a cherry blossom tree as I believe in harming melodies hypnotized by a silent breeze The of this cherry blossom tree” – Imaginary Cities

28. “Cherry blossom is falling, Cherry blossom is on its way out, Hear a new word is calling, It hears me too and it wants me to shout it out” – Nitzer Ebb

29. “The ornamental cherry trees’ blossoms called sakura, are as closely associated with the image of Japan held by the rest of the world as is Mount Fuji” – Ann McClellan

30. “I feel as though as I touch those cherry-blossom petals Cup the budding cherry flowers in my hands I am slowly, yet lovingly stroking Brigid’s silky pretty face” – Nobody Nose

31. “Light as feathers, as fleeting as Zephyr, one moment they breathed pink, the next they faded. Cherry blossoms were as much an inspiration for beautiful verse as they were a reminder of life’s fickleness, she thought” – Alice Poon

32. “As the cherry blossoms bloom, festive picnics called Hanami usher in the spring with elaborate spreads of miso salmon, mountain vegetables, colorful bento, and fresh mochi turned pink with sakura petals.”- Matt Goulding

33. “A cherry tree was coming into bloom, shooting out a froth of sugar-pink blossoms. She could see from its size and the gnarled branches that it was a mature tree, yet still capable of putting on such a wonderful show. A new beginning every spring, even from an old tree.” – Maggie Alderson

34. “Along the wide curving moat surrounding the palace, rows of cherry trees announced the end of their seasonal beauty. Some of the trees were weeping: blossoms in white and palest pink, ponderous with decrepitude, eddying on the brown water, stirred by the paddling of ducks.” – John Burnham Schwartz

35. “Are we to look at cherry blossoms only in full bloom, the moon only when it is cloudless? To long for the moon while looking on the rain, to lower the blinds and be unaware of the passing of the spring – these are even more deeply moving. Branches about to blossom or gardens strewn with flowers are worthier of our admiration.” – Yoshida Kenkō

36. As the cherry blossoms bloom, festive picnics called hanami usher in the spring with elaborate spreads of miso salmon, mountain vegetables, colorful bento, and fresh mochi turned pink with sakura petals.” – Matt Goulding

37. “Between our two lives there is also the life of the cherry blossom.” –Matsuo Bashō

38. “Break open a cherry tree and there are no flowers, But the spring breeze brings forth myriad blossoms.” – Ikkyū

39. “Cherry blossoms on the tree, Their scent of sweetness is divine.” – Linda Winchell

40. “Come see the cherry trees of a water constellation and the round key of the rapid universe,come to touch the fire of instantaneous blue, come before its petals are consumed.” – Pablo Neruda

41. “Donated by Japan, cherry blossoms grace the paths where a wall once stood in Berlin. Walls divide. Flowers unite.” – Khang Kijarro Nguyen

42. “Double cherry blossoms flutter in the windOne petal after another.” – Masaoka Shiki

43. “Due to their short bloom time, Sakura blossoms are a metaphor for life itself: beautiful yet fleeting. You’ll realize when you’re as old as me to hang on to the good times because they won’t last forever.” – Shannon M. Mullen

44. “For in spite of the snapdragons and the duty millers and the cherry blossoms, it always wintered.” – Janet Frame

45. “From all these trees, in the salads, the soup, everywhere, cherry blossoms fall.” – Matsuo Bashō

46. “I have a pretty good memory, but memories are time beings, too, like cherry blossoms or ginkgo leaves; for a while they are beautiful, and then they fade and die.” – Ruth Ozeki

47. “I’ve seen spring come to the orchard every year as far back as I can remember and I’ve never grown tired of it. Oh, the wonder of it! The outrageous beauty! God didn’t have to give us cherry blossoms you know. He didn’t have to make apple trees and peach trees burst into flowers and fragrance. But God just loves to splurge. He gives us all this magnificence and then if that isn’t enough, He provides fruit from such extravagance.” – Lynn Austin

48. “I want to do to you what spring does with the cherry trees.” – Pablo Neruda

49. “If I were asked to explain the Japanese spirit, I would say it is wild cherry blossoms glowing in the morning sun!” – Motoori Norinaga

50. “If there were no cherry blossoms in this world how much more tranquil our hearts would be in spring.” – Ariwara no Narihira

51. “In the cherry blossom’s shade there’s no such thing as a stranger.” – Kobayashi Issa

52. “In these spring days, when tranquil light encompasses the four directions, why do the blossoms scatter with such uneasy hearts?” – Ki no Tomonori

53. “It is true, as they say, that the blossoms of spring are all the more precious because they bloom so briefly.” – Murasaki Shikibu

54. “Let us find inner freedom in each lucky moment that we encounter, like a sun-basking butterfly that finds peace on a cherry blossom petal.” – Erik Pevernagie

55. “Light as feathers, as fleeting as Zephyr, one moment they breathed pink, the next they faded. Cherry blossoms were as much an inspiration for beautiful verse as they were a reminder of life’s fickleness, she thought.” – Alice Poon

56.“Look at the cherry blossoms! Their color and scent fall with them, Are gone forever, Yet mindless spring comes again.” – Ikkyū

57. “Looking about I see no cherry blossoms no crimson leaves straw-thatched hut by a bay the autumn dusk.” – Fujiwara no Teika

58. “Loveliest of trees, the cherry now. Is hung with bloom along the bough And stands about the woodland ride. Wearing white for Eastertide.” – A. E. Housman

59. “Mist trailed through a garden pale beneath thinning branches, to merge here and there with the blossoms and yield a scene more beautiful than any autumn night.” – Murasaki Shikibu

60. “O that I had sleeve enough to cover the wide sky! No wind should then take the flowers that blossom in spring.” – Murasaki Shikibu

61. “On a moonlit night, after a snowfall, or under cherry blossoms, it adds to our pleasure if, while chatting at our ease, we bring forth the wine cups.” – Yoshida Kenkō

62. “One day we strolled down the Philosopher’s Path, which proved as enchanting as I had hoped in the fragrant pink bloom of spring. Since ancient times, the Japanese have heralded the arrival of the cherry blossoms because they symbolize the ephemeral beauty of life. But it isn’t just the three or four days of open flowers that stirs the senses. It is their arrival and departure. Looking at a bud about to burst open offers the pleasurable anticipation of rebirth, while the soft scattering of petals on the ground is often considered the most beautiful stage of all because it represents the death of the flowers.” – Victoria Abbott Riccardi

63. “Soldiers falling fast battle of white and scarlet blossoms on the ground.” – David Kudler

64. “Suddenly she was seeing the buds on the cherry trees around her; she could feel the energy-packed within them, a bouquet of fireworks whose fuse had already been lit. She could smell them, too, the subtle essence of pink and lollipops, the sweetness deepened by the scent of the slowly warming earth below them.” – Erica Bauermeister**

65. “The ancients waited for cherry blossoms, grieved when they were gone, and lamented their passing in countless poems. How very ordinary the poems had seemed to Sachiko when she read them as a girl, but now she knew, as well as one could know, that grieving over fallen cherry blossoms was more than a fad or convention.” – Jun’ichirō Tanizaki**

66. “The cherry blossom season was over, but two of His Excellency’s trees must have consented to wait, for they were in late and glorious bloom.” – Murasaki Shikibu

67. “The cherry blossom tree is truly a sight to behold, especially when it is in full riotous bloom. There are several varieties of the cherry blossom tree, and while most of them produce flowering branches full of small pinkish-hued flowers, some of them produce actual cherries.” – Homaro Cantu

68. “The first time I saw a fingerbowl was at the home of my benefactress. […] The water had a few cherry blossoms in it, and I thought it must be some clear sort of Japanese after-dinner soup and ate every bit of it, including the crisp little blossoms.” – Sylvia Plath**

69. “The Japanese school year begins in spring. So mothers can send off their children as cherry blossoms fall from the branches.” – Cathy Davidson**

70. “The notion is called wabi-sabi life, like the cherry blossom, it is beautiful because of its impermanence, not in spite of it, more exquisite for the inevitability of loss.” – Peggy Orenstein

71. The oak tree: not interested in cherry blossoms.” – Matsuo Bashō

72. “The significance of the cherry blossom tree in Japanese culture goes back hundreds of years. In their country, the cherry blossom represents the fragility and the beauty of life. It’s a reminder that life is almost overwhelmingly beautiful but that it is also tragically short.” – Homaro Cantu**

73. “The work of preservation demands that the feelings playing about in one’s guts not be turned into action. Just watch their passing like cherry blossoms.” – Maxine Hong Kingston**

74. “There is much to be said for cherry blossoms, but they seem so flighty. They are so quick to run off and leave you.” – Murasaki Shikibu

75. “They hung in huge clusters from the black austerity of the branches like a mass of white seashells spread over a reef. The evening wind made the curtains billow along the path, and when it caught the tips of the branches, they bent gracefully in a rustle of blossoms. Then the great, widespread branches themselves began to sway with an easy grandeur under their weight of white. The pallor of the flowers was tinged here and there by pink clusters of buds. And with almost invisible subtlety, the star-shaped center of each blossom was marked with pink in tiny, sharp strokes, like the stitches holding a button in place.” – Yukio Mishima

76. “We celebrate the cherry tree not for its efficiency but for its effectiveness – and for its beauty. Its materials are in constant flow, and all those thousands of useless cherry blossoms look gorgeous. Then they fall to the ground and become soil again, so there’s no problem.” – William McDonough**

77. “What a strange thing! to be alive, beneath cherry blossoms.” – Kobayashi Issa

78. “[W]hen the mind is really absent, in that silence, in that unlimited space, your potential starts glowing, radiating, flowering. Suddenly you are full of cherry blossoms, a new presence, a new fragrance.” – Rajneesh**

79. “White Cherry BlossomBehold the joy of spring, As white cherry blossom blooms, For it will be over soon.” – Christopher Tye**

80. “Yes, the cherry trees put this truth very plainly: none of the glory of blossoms and autumn leaves lasts long in this fleeting world.” – Murasaki Shikibu

81. In “What a strange thing! to be alive beneath cherry blossoms.”– Kobayashi Issa

82. Between our two lives there is also the life of the cherry blossom.”- Matsuo Basho

83. “In the cherry blossom’s shade there’s no such thing as a stranger.”- Kobayashi Issa

84. “From all these trees, in the salads, the soup, everywhere, cherry blossoms fall.”- Matsuo Basho

85. “And so the spring buds burst, and so I gaze, And so the blossoms fall, and so my days …”- Uejima Onitsuka

86. “For in spite of the snapdragons and the duty millers and the cherry blossoms, it always wintered.”- Janet Frame

87. “I’d like to divide myself in order to see, among these mountains, each and every flower of every cherry tree.”- Saigyō

88. White cherry blossom beholds the joy of spring, as white cherry blossom blooms, for it will be over soon.”- Christopher Tye, (White Cherry Blossom)

89. “Donated by Japan, cherry blossoms grace the paths where a wall once stood in Berlin. Walls divide. Flowers unite.”- Khang Kijarro Nguyen

90. “The Japanese school year begins in spring … so mothers can send off their children as cherry blossoms fall from the branches.”- Cathy Davidson

91. “Yes, the cherry trees put this truth very plainly: none of the glory of blossoms and autumn leaves lasts long in this fleeting world.”- Murasaki Shikibu

92. “Since ancient times, the Japanese have heralded the arrival of the cherry blossoms because they symbolize the ephemeral beauty of life.”- Victoria Abbott Riccardi

93. “However far I gaze Neither cherry blossoms nor Crimson leaves are insight. Only a fisherman’s hut on the shore In the autumnal evening.”- Fujiwara no Teika

94. On a moonlit night, after a snowfall, or under cherry blossoms, it adds to our pleasure if, while chatting at our ease, we bring forth the wine cups.”- Yoshida Kenko

95. “Cherry plum blossom in an old tin jug — Oh, it is lovely, beautiful and fair, With sun on it and little shadows mixed All in among the fragrant wonder there.”- Lesbia Harford

96. “I have a pretty good memory, but memories are time beings, too, like cherry blossoms or ginkgo leaves; for a while they are beautiful, and then they fade and die.”- Ruth Ozeki

97. “The work of preservation demands that the feelings playing about in one’s guts not be turned into action. Just watch their passing like cherry blossoms.”- Maxine Hong Kingston

98. “I feel as though as I touch those cherry-blossom petals Cup the budding cherry flowers in my hands I am slowly, yet lovingly stroking Brigid’s silky pretty face.”- Nobody Nose

99. “It is springtime now! While the world looks for a new war to fight, you look for the cherry blossom to watch! Let the stupid seeks the violence; you seek the elegance!”- Mehmet Murat Ildan

100. “Come see the cherry trees of a water constellation and the round key of the rapid universe, come touch the fire of instantaneous blue, come before its petals are consumed” – Pablo Neruda

101. “It may just be because I get homesick, but I have concluded Washington’s cherry blossoms are just plain overrated” – Newt Gingrich

102. “I’ve seen spring come to the orchard every year as far back as I can remember and I’ve never grown tired of it. Oh, the wonder of it! The outrageous beauty! God didn’t have to give us cherry blossoms you know. He didn’t have to make apple trees and peach trees burst into flowers and fragrance. But God just loves to splurge. He gives us all this magnificence and then if that isn’t enough, He provides fruit from such extravagance” – Lynn Austin

103. “On a moonlit night, after a snowfall, or under cherry blossoms, it adds to our pleasure if, while chatting at our ease, we bring forth the wine cups” – Yoshida Kenko

104. “So cross me cherry blossom tree For you have witnessed it all You’ve seen the world change suddenly At its height and at its fall” – Imaginary Cities

105. “As the poet Motoori famously expressed it: If one should ask you concerning the spirit of a true Japanese, point to the wild cherry blossom glowing in the sun” – Ann McClellan

106. “Cherry plum blossoms on the workroom bench Where we can see it all our working hours. In all my garden days of ladyhood, I never met girls who so loved sweet flowers” – Lesbia Harford

107. What a strange thing! to be alive beneath cherry blossoms. – Issa

108. And so the spring buds burst, and so I gaze, And so the blossoms fall, and so my days …- Uejima Onitsuka

109. “The significance of the cherry blossom tree in Japanese culture goes back hundreds of years. In their country, the cherry blossom represents the fragility and the beauty of life. It’s a reminder that life is almost overwhelmingly beautiful but that it is also tragically short.” – Homaro Cantu

110. “Due to their short bloom time, Sakura blossoms are a metaphor for life itself: beautiful yet fleeting. You’ll realize when you’re as old as me to hang on to the good times because they won’t last forever.” – Shannon Mullen

111. “Yes, the cherry trees put this truth very plainly: none of the glory of blossoms and autumn leaves lasts long in this fleeting world.” – The Tale Of Genji

112. “The notion is called wabi-sabi life, like the cherry blossom, it is beautiful because of its impermanence, not in spite of it, more exquisite for the inevitability of loss.” – Peggy Orenstein

113. “Sakura, sakura they fall in the dreams of sleeping beauty” – Yosa Buson

114. “From heaven, it descends like, sakura petals drop.” – Issa Kobayashi

115. “Loveliest of trees, the cherry now Is hung with bloom along the bough.” – Alfred Housman

116. “Only in dreams of spring shall I ever see again the flowering of my cherry trees.” – Frances Hodgson Burnett

117. “Are we to look at cherry blossoms only in full bloom, the moon only when it is cloudless? To long for the moon while looking on the rain, to lower the blinds and be unaware of the passing of spring—these are even more deeply moving. Branches about to blossom or gardens strewn with faded flowers are worthier of our admiration.” – Yoshida Kenko

118. “Since ancient times, the Japanese have heralded the arrival of the cherry blossoms because they symbolize the ephemeral beauty of life. But it isn’t just the three or four days of open flowers that stirs the senses. It is their arrival and departure.” – Victoria Abbott Riccardi

119. “Look at the cherry blossoms! Their color and scent fall with them, are gone forever, yet mindless, the spring comes again.” – Ikkyu

120. “Let us find inner freedom in each lucky moment that we encounter, like a sun-basking butterfly that finds peace on a cherry blossom petal.” – Erik Pevernagie

121. “We celebrate the cherry tree not for its efficiency but for its effectiveness – and for its beauty. Its materials are in constant flow, and all those thousands of useless cherry blossoms look gorgeous. Then they fall to the ground and become soil again.” – William McDonough

122. “The ancients waited for cherry blossoms, grieved when they were gone, and lamented their passing in countless poems. How very ordinary the poems had seemed to Sachiko when she read them as a girl, but now she knew, as well as one could know, that grieving over fallen cherry blossoms was more than a fad or convention.” – Junichiro Tanizaki

123. “A cherry tree was coming into bloom, shooting out a froth of sugar-pink blossoms. She could see from its size and the gnarled branches that it was a mature tree, yet still capable of putting on such a wonderful show. A new beginning every spring, even from an old tree.” – Maggie Alderson

124. “And meanwhile, meanwhile’s far from nothing: the humming moment, the rustle of cherry trees.” – Rachel Wetzsteon

125. “In the cherry blossom’s shade there’s no such thing as a stranger.” – Kobayashi Issa

126. “It would be lovely to sleep in a wild cherry-tree all white with bloom in the moonshine.” – Lucy Maud Montgomery (love Anne from Anne Of Green Gables)

127. “What a strange thing! To be alive beneath cherry blossoms.” – Kobayashi Issa

128. “As you scatter and leave, we’ll wait for your return. In next year’s spring, a life that is renewed.” – Akiko Ichimaru

129. “The fragrant fallen blossoms have passed me by, I closed my eyes for a moment and thought of you” – Denis J Ryan Harman

130. “Darling, you’re the beauty of a hummingbird and the standstill of a cherry blossom.” – Cheyenne Raine

131. “Love is like cherry blossoms. They bloom at the first promise of spring. They beautify even the grayest landscape, they scatter at the first gust of wind. But as they hold, when you look at them, you steal a little view of paradise.” – Georgia Kakalopoulou

132. “I will bring you flowers from the mountains, bluebells, dark hazels, and rustic baskets of kisses. I want to do with you what spring does with the cherry trees.” – Pablo Neruda

133. “I have a pretty good memory but memories are time being, too, like cherry blossoms on ginkgo leaves; for a while, they are beautiful and then they fade and die.” – Ruth Ozeki

134. “All around us the blossoms flurry down whispering, Be patient you have an ancient beauty.” – Toi Derricotte

135. “How many, many things they call to mind these cherry-blossoms!” – Bashō Matsuo

136. “Between our two lives, there is also the life of the cherry blossom.” – Bashō Matsuo

137. “One of the legends suggesting why the cherry trees’ blossoms are so exquisite and ephemeral says that the fairy Ko-no-Hana-Sakuya-hime, the ‘maiden who causes trees to bloom,’ hovers low in the spring sky, awakening the sleeping trees with her delicate breath.” – Ann McClellan

138. “If I were asked to explain the Japanese spirit, I would say it is wild cherry blossoms glowing in the morning sun.” – Motoori Norinaga

139. “I’ve seen spring come to the orchard every year as far back as I can remember and I’ve never grown tired of it. Oh, the wonder of it! The outrageous beauty! God didn’t have to give us cherry blossoms you know. He didn’t have to make apple trees and peach trees burst into flowers and fragrance. But God just loves to splurge. He gives us all this magnificence and then if that isn’t enough, He provides fruit from such extravagance.” – Lynn Austin

140. “Break open a cherry tree and there are no flowers, but the spring breeze brings forth myriad blossoms.” – Ikkyu

141. “I’d like to divide myself in order to see, among these mountains, each and every flower of every cherry tree.” – Saigyo

142. “I’ll be like Sakura Tree branching out to touch everybody’s soul and their inner sense of beauty” – Haruhi

143. “I bloomed up all over again despite knowing, cherry blossoms are only meant to wither.” – Eayra

144. What a strange thing! To be alive beneath cherry blossoms.” — Kobayashi Issa

145. “Let us find inner freedom in each lucky moment that we encounter, like a sun-basking butterfly that finds peace on a cherry blossom petal.” — Erik Pevernagie

146. “Everything blooms in its own time.” — Ken Petti

147. “If there were no, cherry blossoms, in this world, how much more tranquil our hearts would be in spring.”— Ariwara no Narihira

148. “How many, many things they call to mind these cherry-blossoms!” — Bashō Matsuo

149. “The Japanese school year begins in spring. So mothers can send off their children as cherry blossoms fall from the branches.” — Cathy Davidson

150. “I have a pretty good memory, but memories are time beings, too, like cherry blossoms or ginkgo leaves; for a while they are beautiful, and then they fade and die.” — Ruth Ozeki

151. “Between our two lives, there is also the life of the cherry blossom”. — Matsuo Basho

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