When the pink and white petals of the cherry blossom fall from their parent trees, it is most certainly a sign that spring has come.
Small, crenelated flowers perch delicately on branches like crinkled butterflies and last only as long as their resistance to the Delta breeze can hold them on the branches. Though they appear for such a short time, they provide a moment of peace and natural beauty to all who care to enjoy them.
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