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ichiya rakka no ame kanji

Zen word
The kanji for ichiya rakka no ame
This is a Zen word. It's horizontal writing, one, night, drop, flower, rain. It means the development which is above the expectation.

Last night it rained about dropping, banging down the beatiful flowers. Waking night completely fine the rain watered the city was filled with the scent of the flowers.
Let's not blame the people. Let's not mourn what happened. And I don't know what will happen, because what's happening is unexpected.

Just humans, flowers and rains play their roles innocently.
ichiya rakka no ame
Item ID : 350
calligrapher: sakura
caterogy: kanji calligraphy
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