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    Cherry Blossoms

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    The Washington D.C. Cherry Blossoms were given to America as a gift from Japan as a token of friendship. This historical gesture of friendship renewed the value of these ephemeral, fragile, blossoms that stemmed from the ancient Japanese custom of Hanami, and has transcended throughout history and the world, and has ultimately come to represent the meaning of international relations around the world. When one hears the word’s “cherry blossoms”; an image of beautiful, delicate pink flowers flourishing

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    Cherry Blossoms

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    have failed. Please, forgive me. Forgive me, forgive me," he kept whispering over and over, clutching her tighter with every passing second. He held her in his arms, her blood slowly tainting and shattering his soul. His precious delicate cherry blossom was withering in front of him. Sakura and I met two years ago, during the summertime. I was a recently graduated foreign exchange student from America, studying abroad in Japan. She was the most amazing girl ever. Not only was she beautiful but she

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    He opened it. It was a gold cherry blossom pin. David smirked; Nina’s favorite tree has always been the cherry blossom tree. He looked at her and smiled. She grinned shyly. “When you get your varsity jacket pin it on the left side.” David had a curious look on his face. “Why on the left side?” “That's where the heart is.” Nina put it on at once. When David laid eyes on her, he laughed. “What’s so funny?” Nina asked. He shrugged, “It’s so big on you!” Austin and Mason were astonished- this was the

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    All About Apples

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    only for their unique blend of tart and sweet flavors, but also for their size and freshness. Apples can be grown farther North than any other tree fruit. The reason for this is that the tree blooms in late spring when it is unlikely that the blossoms will be harmed by frost. While France harvests more apples than America, the yearly U.S. harvest is around one hundred and fifty million bushels, with the largest apple-growing state being Washington. Growing Techniques:Winter A seed from

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    Did I do a good enough job? Did I live a purposeful life? These are question one might ask themselves when they feel the end of their life might be near. In “After Apple Picking”, Robert Frost uses the symbols of a ladder, apples, and sleep to transform the simple job of apple picking into a poem about the end of a man’s life drawing to a close and its worth. From the beginning of the poem, Frost eludes to a more significant meaning when he says the ladder is poking up “through a tree / Toward

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    Blossom Love

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    Bee and Blossom Love One of the most prevalent themes in Their Eyes Were Watching God, by Neal Hurston, involves Janie's search for unconditional love. Janie is searching for love that resembles the bees interaction with the pear tree flowers she admired when she was teenager. She experiences many different kinds of love from her three husbands Logan, Joe, and Tea Cake. Every love and or relationship a person encounters makes them grow causing them to become the person they are meant to be and also

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    The Adventurous Quest To

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    stream. It was like any other cherry blossom, beautiful and elegant, but there was something peculiar about it. On the other side of the stream, the cherry blossoms are guarded by abandoned fences, torn and forgotten. A gap was left opened by the fences followed by a faded cobblestone path that led to that particular tree. Vegetation has manifested itself upon the pathway, but it was still visible. Why was there a pathway there? What was there before the cherry blossom grew into its rather magnificent

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    A Japanese Spring

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    roman shops to the majestic Mount Fuji. Japan can be considered one of the most beautiful countries in the world, due to its unique architecture and ancient cultural traditions. The spring time is especially special because of the sublime cherry blossoms that cover the landscapes. The spring is a very joyous and exciting time of the year for the Japanese people; many Japanese national holidays during the months of April and May attract an abundance of tourists who are amazed by the dazzling festivals

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    them: in the clubs, in the dormitories, and in the departments of the university to which they belong. April is the month when school begins, the cherry blossoms come into full bloom, and welcome parties for the new students are seen under those cherry trees in the park. Each club, dorm, and department has its own welcome party, called "a cherry blossom viewing party." Actually, these parties aim not to appreciate the beauty of nature but to make the new students drink as much alcohol as possible. At

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    cherry blossoms, what immediately comes to mind is either Japan or South Korea. But did you know that the humble, little country of Taiwan also has some stunning cherry blossoms of its own? I dare say that it can even rival Japan’s cherry blossoms. During my last visit to the country, I was able to witness with glorious awe and joy Taiwan’s sakura season—the dainty flowers were in full bloom and at their pinkest. There are actually a lot of places in Taiwan where you can view cherry blossoms but in

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