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Tuesday, April 14, 2009

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14 comments:

Devika said...

Ho! I thought it a public holiday for blogging, Lorraine..

Glad to see you posting,
I too just want all those! :))

Nice picture,

love,
dev

gautami tripathy said...

Those trees seem like dancing.

Lorraine said...

Is there such a thing Dev? a public holiday for blogging, never hear of it...and thanks :)

They do, don't they, thanks a lot Gautami ;)

Devika said...

Even I have not heard...but, was really doubting, Lorraine...so much inaction...no followup comments! :)

love,
dev

polona said...

freedom above all... love this

Lorraine said...

Didn't you stop the ocmmentin on yours Dev? 'cause I know I haven't been able to?

Thanks a lot Polona :)

RBroeker said...

In German there is a word called "Mauerblümchen". It describes a person standing aside with no contact to anybody and is for example used for those, who don't find dancing partners though there are many chances. "Little wallflower" could be the translation - and you've found the counterpart: some Thujas (perhaps) with a little macho behaviour. Nice photo.

Best wishes
Ralf

Janice Thomson said...

To never be seen; like the wind - I like that idea. Love this piece mon amie.

Does a cup of coffee in the morning give you roots? :)

firebird said...

This lovely poem strikes a chord with me--how one can be free, with our presence felt, but unchained...

Devika said...

i didn't mean at my blog, Lorraine; yesterday i didn't see much people commenting on blogs...my inbox had almost nil followup comments!

i normally follow blogs through those links :)

dev

standley said...

Ces mots me conviennent tout à fait Lorraine! Moi qui ai perdu mes racines il y a 35 ans déjà.

Lorraine said...

Wow Ralf, I love your comment, thanks very much and I learn new words, not that I can pronounce them though lol

Thanks for your lovely comment ma chère amie, and you know coffee makes me LIVE ;)

Another wonderful comment, wow thanks alot Fireb

Dev, I know what you mean now, and you may very well have a point :)

Ah Richard, mes visiteurs sont de vrai poète, j'aime bien tes visites ici :)

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

there is some sadness in this...

Lorraine said...

Thanks always Andrew :)