Memorable Kiss

I also want to see Matsuo Basho as my master of haiku.

a day of quiet gladness,
Mount Fuji is veiled
In misty rain.    © Basho

I have had this kind of day today – a day of gladness – together with my oldest grandchild. Not exactly quiet but in great and deep confidence about life and sharing. Talking about important issues and feelings. In connection characterized by love and understanding. The most important life values I can imagine. How thankful I can be – and I am.
Everybody reflect about the question:
What’s the meaning of life?
My answer is:
To raise children who takes (very) good care of their – also other’s –  children and raise them to good and caring humans.
… oh my wonderful grandchildren … oh my dear children … you have done so well!
above all tops
no mountain can reach – true
humanity to find
I have my two worlds and I am so thankful for them. My roots in Sweden – so very deep – I can follow back when starting the records – early 1600. And my step out into the gem of Europe – center of culture and performing arts – a “melting pot of all people” – as I see Budapest in Hungary. As you know I find people outstanding the most interesting .. and in Budapest I can mingle anonymously as much as I ever want. I love it! I appreciate it so much. Soon I will take off again! Lots of events planned.
But … I think you would never guess where in our world I would like to move if I could have my inner wish come true …. Try! … You have a chance to guess now.
dear mountain
keeping a mother’s deepest
of all truth
… and I promise my warmest hug and a memorable kiss for the right answer!
The Pink Dragonfly by me

Carpe Diem: #1141 Japan, the journey begins.


6 comments

      1. I think YOU will guess where we would like to move if…. 🙂 By the way, I enjoy very much your blog. It’s always a pleasure to read some news of you.

  1. “no mountain can reach” part of such a great line.

    Your post is as light as a cherry blossom and as fragrant as all the roses in Bulgaria, so full of meaning.

    What a challenge…let me think, and think.

    Possibly Szentendre.

    Possibly close to Mt Fuji, in Japan, if the haiku is a clue, b it I think you would prefer Kyoto.

    The prize for guessing right is a very food one, so I am concentrating hard!

    1. I smile when reading – happy for your poetic feedback – good guesses …. but ….* big change * enjoying essence of culture – in world * new hemisphere* …

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