A Tale of Two Cedars

2cedarssoft winter snowfall
in the meadow two cedars
crouch like fat black cats

About Nancy

Nancy Hoffmann began studying Zen Buddhism in 1992 and has dedicated this site to meditating on what she sees and believes. She is not averse to sharing laughter as well.
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One Response to A Tale of Two Cedars

  1. H. G. Brown says:

    Best of all: two cedars in the snow. “One must have a mind of winter/To regard the frost and the boughs/Of the pine-trees crusted with snow;”

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