Haiku. Auf Deutsch. Or in English.
A very nice image, Rolf!_mIn English, though, -on- of L2 is not needed.
Yes, nice pivot (and if you want to keep the pivot, you'll need to keep "on" in L2). :-)
This delightful image took me back to my youth on the farm. Lovely!
As Janine, I have done that! Yes! I still can smell the scent of fresh hay!
_I read this in my own inept fashion. I'm out of that channel, and fully agree with Masago... my apologies extended. _m
@ Magyar: No need to - but I must admit: First you made sweat, then I was allowed to relax. Great that you like it.@ Masago: Thank you for commendation and support!@ Janice: Yes, my mothers brothers and sisters used to be farmers and I loved haying. I remembered that when someone fed his cattle some time ago.@ Tikkis: It tickles a bit, doesn't it?Thank you to all of you!Best wishesRalf
A lovely imagery there, Ralf :)even i belong to a farming family as a daughter-in-law, and being from a city, who loves country-side i enjoy every moment I am there :) wishes, de
Thank you Devika (and on this way: I enjoy your Abstract Deductions very much).Thanks a lot, Frank (have to read in your blog now).Best wishesRalf
oh thanks, Ralf :)came looking for a new one..wishes, devika
exqusite; all of seven or eight wordsmuch lovegillena
@ Devika: coming soon ...@ Gillena: thank you!Best wishesRalf
tickles, also sweating, yes, but during the hay-season we had the sauna every day... (I am going to sauna without tickling or sweating, also!)
Sauna without sweating? When I see a steambath or a sauna or sauna or something like that my water runs like snow in the sun.Best wishesRalfPS: Will have a look at our dicing-project now ...