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Vincent did not waste a single moment in Arles.
He got up early morning, walked along the Rhone river
Until he found a spot that attracted him immensely.
He never forgot to carry with him his easel, paints and canvas.
She's a fine peach
She's a fine peach,
Upon the beach
Why would anyone think,
Someone's presence missed.
Can compare to the missing,
Of one suddenly craving...
Dispense not of me my apple queen, ruler of the branch
I am a peach a taste so sweet, together we are grand
Before the tree there was a seed with a story to unfold
A Spring Poem
I'm beside the white clouds
You are in my missing
"Song of the Peach Blossom Cottage"
-by Tang Baihu（1470-1523）
-Translated by Frank C Yue
- Original poem in Chinese
In the long skies, the Autumn geese wild
Last year at this door this very day,
On blushed face the fine peach-blossoms portray'd;
Today, you're gone! Where's the pretty face beguiling?
In the Spring breeze, the peach-blossoms are still smiling.
Brains Heart Courage
Where were you?
Oh wizard of peach...
Did they somehow pass you by?
I had to travel through eight worlds to save Princess Peach.
But she's about as warm and caring as a blood sucking leech.
After killing seven fake Bowsers, I finally destroyed the real one.
I did it to save Peach but it was something I shouldn't have done.
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