sakura @ singapore @carrotwanderz // @missanthrop_

15 march 2017

hey, do you know the speed at which sakura falls is 5 centimeters per second

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first sight and I am in love

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budding and growing

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what if they are not pink but just black and white, will they still be adored

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when is it their turn to see the world

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white is the new pink

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more for the world to see

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they are all doing good

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all has their last

random thoughts: If the speed at which sakura tree falls are 5 centimeter per second, lets say, the height of a average sakura tree is 3 - 10 meters tall, it takes them 60 to 200 seconds to fall to the ground. That is really slow isn't it. So is the quote just a myth, or it is just that miraculous and beautiful?

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