One Knows Not

A zen poem on "One has it; the other has not."

Don't be overjoyed at the right.

Don't be distressed over the wrong.

For the ancient Masters, things are like flowers and blossoms;

Peach blossoms are red, plum blossoms are white, and roses are pink.

Though I ask the spring breeze why they are so, it knows nothing.


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