cheers harps!!! Good to see youre still blogging. I'll be dropping by after this uni semester is done - (the work load is insane).
Um encadeamento para lá de surreal - e possível.Eu gostei!Obrigado!
great to see you back with a wee beaut
Hi John, I trust youre hauldin' forrit without me!De nada, Henrique
Welcome back. I love this one.
I love this, Emma. So unusual...
Best wishes from CHMagazine!Daniel D. Peaceman, writer and editor
aye indeed emma
Elephants and the lightness of --spring butterflies much lovegillena
Hey Bill, spring time in NY must be a wonderful thing. Gillena, lovely to see you here again. Its an amusing juxt, huh?Daniel - thanks - I'll check out your mag.
Interesting scene describing the picture - and suddenly there is a line telling me something about the person watching it. What does the lyrical I need the coffee for? Tired? Too much work? Too long night? Fallen in love? elephant and butterflies change into metaphoric placeholders. I love that.Best wishesRalf
I love reading your speculations on this one, Ralf... I dont know if its the same in German but when we are nervous we describe the sensation as 'having butterflies' (in our stomach)..
In German you have butterflies in your belly, when you've just fallen in love with somebody. The term is "Schmetterlinge im Bauch". A famous singer wrote a song called "Flugzeuge im Bauch", which means "aeroplanes in the stomach". I knew what the song was about before I heard it the first time. A transformation into English can be seen here: http://www.letzte-version.de/songbuch/whats-all-this-(englisch)/airplanes-in-my-head/Best wishesRalf
Oooo... Good to see you are back, Emma!
Thats interesting Ralf. As they say in Vietnam, 'same same but different'. Im enjoying being back, Magyar, albeit briefly - its a welcomed change of pace from uni assignments.
Enjoyed this one Emma. Great image.
Many thanks Robin
Dear Emma,Very thoughtful blog, you already kknow. Thank you for the images and words. I must return. Peace and all good things for you in your work and in life. Sincerely,Diane
Greetings Emma.Would you like to send us a football haiku for the Haiku World Cup?http://firstname.lastname@example.orgMattFHWC Team
cheers Matt - I'll see what I can do
I love this. and the Autumn butterflies preceding this.
Thanks for taking the time to write something.