To see a World in a Grain of Sand
And a Heaven in a Wild Flower,
Hold infinity in the palm of your hand
And Eternity in an hour.
Auguries of Innocence William Blake
I have the feeling that the Mt Fuji is somewhat always omnipresent in Japan. Even when it is like a "mirage". I once wrote an haiku about it.A l'intérieur du téléphérique -vision presque holographiquedu Mt Fuji.Have a nice week.
Thank you very much for the beautiful comment and wonderful haiku.I understand well what you say. Mt. Fiji certainly has something special to us. It might be said that everyone in Japan has their own image of Mt. Fuji in their mind. Your feeling, I think, could have the same thing as ours.I'll introduce you my haiku master's work. His name is Kai Hasegawa.Mt. Fuji is nowin the spring wind blowingin heavenThank you.
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