Haiku. Auf Deutsch. Or in English.
ha! i like this, Ralf :)sweating in the rain...sun must be hot...and we have a saying -- if it rains as the sun shines, its marriage of fox in the woods...don't know why it is so! :))wishes, devika
what leaves us, we find ourselves. very nice.
A haiku with real depth...
So many layers of meaning! Wonderful!
The sweat will flow down a stream, a river, will once be in the ocean. But it will never end there. It will rise and fall down with the rain. Everything is moving in a circle. So this tiny drop of sweat tells us an endless story.Best wishesRudi
Sweet, sweet reflection...something ate my comment yesterday, or maybe it drowned in the puddle ;)
thats very good Ralf, I like this
Thanks for dropping by, Dalloway, Lorraine, John, T., Frank and Laure!@ Dev: In my thoughts the rain has stopped and this warm wet weather is still there. Hope you don't meet the fox anywhere ;-). BTW: I loved "Hovering Clouds" and "Left alone" very much.@ Rudi: from the small to the big (you would smile if you could see me ;-) BTW: Magst Du mich mal anmailen. Da ist ein Blog plötzlich verschwunden, den ich darüber hinaus auch noch vermisse: ralf(at)broeker-online.deBest wishesRalf
I've always though that any of those cycles to do with water, drinking, sweat, evaporation, things going round and round are great to think about. Well put.
Yes, Jem. In a magazine it was told, that the chance to inhale a atom which had contact with Jesus, Mohammed, Buddha or Konfuzius is a 100 per cente - with every breath you take.Best wishesRalf