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    the meaning of this phrase

    what does it mean when someone says " the happiness of a raindrop and its sorrow in a swap"


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    Re: the meaning of this phrase

    Seems like a line from a song - can you give more context?


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    Re: the meaning of this phrase

    its a really old saying. it means while happiness lasts in the current time. it will soon dissapear. its a translation from an old greek poem.

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