Transience means passing with time or is the state of being brief and short-lived.wikipedia
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In traditional Japanese aesthetics, wabi-sabi is a world view centered on the acceptance of transience and imperfection.
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People who make use of these places have often been called transients and have been between homes.
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The tone of the poem rejects the optimistic pursuit of pleasure found within Keats's earlier poems and, instead, explores the themes of nature, transience and mortality, the latter being particularly relevant to Keats.
The term can be used in a derogatory fashion, presuming the affair to be shallow and transient in comparison to other forms of love.
Dominant work themes include the symbiosis of birth and death, the transience of human beings, and the pitfalls of mortality.
Some commentators attempting to characterise the work have called it an ubi sunt ("where are they?") poem because of its meditations on transience.
Lyrically, "Nothing Is Keeping You Here" has themes of transience and restlessness.
Antibubbles are a common but widely unrecognized phenomenon, in part because of their resemblance to air bubbles, and in part because of their typically transient, or short-lived, nature.
In Oregon, USA, its environmental authority Oregon DEQ surveyed multi-family property managers and about half of them reported problems including contamination of recyclables due to trespassers such as transients gaining access to the collection areas.
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