This brought a smile, Dalloway....occasionally such scenes make me want to be a man! :)wishes, devika
thats a very funny comment Devika - I cant stop laughing
That was funny Dev :) Emma I could just picture it, even though I am many miles form the ocean. Very good!
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Wonderful image Emma - I think I know this guy... :)
A very funny haiku Emma. I like the way that you cut the middle line, which gives the poem a splendid cadence. Devika your comment is priceless.
Great scene, Dalloway; it would make a fine opening shot for a film. "swaggers' (rhymes with "staggers") is an inspired choice.
Oh, habe you been with us last holidays? Sorry, didn't see you. Unfortunately ...Best wishesRalf
Very funny picture you are showing Emma, I think I have to place your weblog on my site, hope dont mind :)
Thanks all! Frank, Bill, I appreciate your comments - they help me figure out what works, many thanksGracias Gari!Ashi - thanks for the link! - btw I love Denmark, I wish I could be sat on the beach at Helsingor on a pleasant summery Danish afternoon enjoying a great Danish beer - actually it says its 7 degrees at the moment - I might wait a while - perhaps visit the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art instead
good one :)
love this haiga; Devika's comment makes me remember when i was little girl, and it rained; seeing the boys shirtless, playing in the rain, and wishing i could be a boys so i could play in the rain too
youre right, that hardly seems fair, Gillena
Lovely. This could work anywhere. I've seen it enough times in my hometown.
love this.what an image.
Thanks for taking the time to write something.