compay, haiku y la sandía

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Drew Hardesty and son Sawyer under the palapa with rŌbert

crédito total de la foto ~ JT Thomas Esq.

Here for cold mountain. 

Instead old trees, young sprouts eat

Cold watermelon.

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Drew Hardesty 

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寒山
Hánshān

Hanshan means “Cold Mountain” in Chinese. It’s not simply a place: in the poetry it’s a metaphor for both a state of being and a spiritual destination.

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