Monday, July 18, 2005

Sakura

angel-A: dear Gulnaz and all your fellow bloggers, i want to share with you the photo-art of one of my friend - Sakura. if you follow this link you'll find a wonderful example of how one person can touch other lives through 'heartprints'.

Originally uploaded by sa_ku_ra.


Sakura
thank you, and, gulnaz, i hope you don't mind that i use your blog to connect people to this beautiful person who left this world too early and whose tragical leave let many people to think once again how precious and fragile the life is and how meaningful are the connections between us.

16 comments:

Pallavi said...

beautiful shot :)

gulnaz said...

Pallavi, aint it so now! i saw other pictures by her and thought i'd put up one at least.
this is an echinea bud.
I hope she has gone to a better place.

. : A : . said...

Beautiful picture. Will be sure to check out the links!

Manjusha said...

A thing of beauty is a...

Well, I am sure she has found peace.

Cocaine Jesus said...

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yvaine said...

It is so beautiful!

finnegan said...

god, how sad reading her last post. there is so much we take for granted, mostly because we don't know when our last days will be. i will meditate on her words and photos. her last entry before "moving" is haunting in a way only death can allow.

gulnaz said...

.:A:., i chose this because it symbolises growth and for me its easier to look upon death as another chapter. endings make me miserable.
besides life is as fleeting as time, the journey of a flower kind of captures it at double speed.

Manjusha, ...a joy forever. like the way she has touched her freinds.

CJ, You are back!!!! :)))

yvaine, yes it is. beauty makes me sad sometimes.

finnegan, yes. i'm totally there with you on it. it felt strange reading her words, so full of life.

angel-A said...

i've just posted to Candle for Sakura suggesting to rename it to "Thank you, Sakura". it's better to focus on what her life was about instead of grieving...makes me miserable too!
thank you, Gulnaz.
i'm happy to discover your blog - one more space where my heart feels full.

Sue hardy-Dawson said...

I've just been looking at all the pictures and comments, it's such a sad story. That someone can be so vibrantly alive and creative and then suddenly in a second gone forever.

Lorena said...

this is pretty. wow, i'm sad. thanks for sharing this.

transience said...

that was so poignant. and the picture is beautiful and melancholy as well. thanks for this, gulnaz.

anumita said...

This is so beautiful, just as Sakura seemed to be. Thanks.

gulnaz said...

Angel-A, i agree, its better that way. :)

Sue, seems so cruel, death is rude.

Lorena, yup, its sad.

trans, i too was touched by it.

anumita, its sad when anyone dies but when they die so young its even more sad.

Pallavi said...

SIGH: I added her to my album too.. some people just leave too early.. May her soul rest in peace

gulnaz said...

Pallavi, hmmm....