"A falling leaf, thought I,
Fluttering back to the branch-
Was a butterfly "
For centuries, the haiku has been an integral part of Japonese cultural and spiritual life - a concise,evocative verse form that crystallises the poet`s intuition of life,nature,and beauty.
In a tradition that stretches into the distant past, Japonese artists re-create haiku in paintings,transforming poetic visions into lasting images of beauty and colour.
The theme of Moritake`s haiku is the harmony of man and nature
A butterfly, a falling leaf- they are the same in the mind of one who has beheld the unity of natur´s manifold handiwork.
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