A haiku written by Lee Sonogan
This phrase, appearing in slightly different versions since the 1500s, is most often a remark that someone has a right to different preferences from one’s own – thefreedictionary.com
Folk’s different strokes,
Suum cuique pulchrum est float,
Horses for courses.
Love is like death, it must come to us all, but to each his own unique way and time, sometimes it will be avoided, but never can it be cheated, and never will it be forgotten. – Jacob Grimm