Haiku. Auf Deutsch. Or in English.
Beeindruckend, wie du immer zartere Kreise ziehst. I'm really impressed - touching softly those situations - so utterly human - situated right in the middle of society/social life - in combination with colours and flowers and the scent of beauty... just great!I almost thought it was meant for me...Gabriele
For me dandelions are symbols for surviving, for energy and development. You can mow them, they will return. So it fits to the graduation.Have a nice SundayRudi
what wonderful comments - I agree with ladyart and rudi!
Oh this reminds, few of my students are throwing a party next week...thanksgiving for their teacher,and here, my husband often asks me "when will you ever learn" -- this, that and about a thousand things....to him I am the most 'uselessly educated' :)He makes me feel a kid whenever he opens his mouth! :)wishes, devika
One is chosen ... dandelion parachute landing;-)
Ah, very good.
Inspiring growing pains ;)
Very nice :)
@ Ladyart: Didn't see that, do it now. Thanks for telling me.@ Rudi @ Dalloway: The power of life can't be broken.@ Dev: Hey, he should read your comments and your blogs. They are worth to be silent (and should make you feel as the one you are: a poet).@ Tikkis: One parachute among others. This one!@ Masago, Lorraine and Cindybrown: Thanks a lot.Best wishesRalfBest wishesRalf
ha! he reads everything and now I showed him your comment --He says "You and your friends -- are all crazy!" -- ofcourse, its to be taken as a compliment :)see Ralf, the chauvinism is high in Indian men! and I don't mind he or someone being so :)wishes, devika
And, I must say -- we just have fun teasing each other...teasing is a way of love and life with us, :)wishes, devika
Crazy - that is a compliment for a suit-and-tie-wearing office-and-consultancy-man. It really is. "Life is with us": keep on going, Dev (8-)>Best wishesRalf
Thank you for taking it in true spirits...Life is with us...yes, but I doubt if its testing us a bit too much...anyway,wishes, devika
"its testing us a bit too much"Am I the experimental animal of my life? Hopefully not ...;-)Best wishesRalfPS: Loved your "watching my feverish breath".
Lovely. That wish for perfection. And also the sense of a little seed, not quite knowing where it might blow to.
Perfection - that's a good key word, Jem.Best wishesRalf