“The life of a flower is short, and there are many things that are painful.” They says that Fumiko Hayashi, the author of “Hourou-Ki (Wandering Record)”, often wrote this word on shikishi (fancy paper). And now it seems that as if only the word was walking alone. The rhythmic wording of the 7-5-7-5 sound style and the “acceptance impermanence” that flows to the bottom of the Japanese mind are well overlapped, which probably left a lot of people’s hearts. Some flowers, such as “Gekka-Bijin (Moonlight Beauty),” bloom only for one night, while others, such as “Udonge,” bloom only once every three thousand years, and there are various ways of life. It is also human nature that we seek “eternity” even if we know that it will not come true.