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It's the First Full Moon in April
happymole

A little too late for Christians
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and even for Chinese
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but just in time for Buddhists...
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Happy (Buddhist) New Year everyone!  :)
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16 Apr 08

Rated 10 (8.3) by 1 users.
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good call
 — newslang5

short and sweet...happy new year to you too....
 — freak88

Not what I expected but good just the same!  Happy to you, too.  Do we have to make resolutions all over again??
 — Isabelle5

happy buddhist new year, happymole.

...namaste...
: )
 — fractalcore

I went to the Buddha's Birthday celebration in the city last weekend. It was a nice day :)
 — wendz

newslang:

Thanks a lot and may this new (Buddhist) year offer a lot of prosperity to you and to everyone.  :)


freak88:

I ran out of words because of the other poem that I posted.  It was the lengthy one.  Thanks anyway for dropping by.  :)

Isablle5:

So sorry if you were a bit disappointed.  The title might be a little misleading, I guess, but thanks for checking this out.  Uhm, I think making new resolutions is not necessary if we've lived our lives the way we wanted to and with no regrets.  :)  


fractalcore:

...surya, chandra, samudra namaskar...  :)
 — happymole

Wendz:

It's nice that you had a great weekend. Thanks for dropping by.  :)
 — happymole

happymole...surya chandra samudra???where u from?that is definately hindi....
 — freak88

uhm...I'd rather keep it to myself, freak88...but you can keep guessing.  :)  
 — happymole

yes, happymole.

sounds like some good llne for kiirtan.
: )
 — fractalcore

Yup!  It's indeed a line from the kiirtan that I, together with my significant other, composed a year ago but never had the chance to share it with other "Baba" babies.  :)
 — happymole

I was not disappointed, didn't my rating make that clear?  You never know what poem lies beneath a title.  I was expecting guess what?  A poem about a full moon!
 — Isabelle5

Hi Isabelle.  Sorry.  I guess I misunderstood your previous comment.  :)  But thanks, really.  :)
 — happymole

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