Himalayan blue poppies clinging to the harsh rock

‘Traditionally the parents send the second son to become a monk at the age of eight years.  He is usually given a puppy to comfort him and an older monk to support him. We saw Himalayan blue poppies clinging to the harsh rock. On reflection, a  metaphorical comparison between the blue poppies and local people is beyond similarity’ Ysanne Lewis

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