01.09.09



Corn harvest--
what does the tractor driver
listen to?

Kommentare:

Devika hat gesagt…

grrrrrrrr...brrrrrrrr...and nothing else, i guess!

good haiku, Ralf :)

wishes,
devika

Janice Thomson hat gesagt…

This brought back memories of my brother's tractor that had an air-conditioned cab and stereo radio - apparently he never listened to it - said he missed the sound of the birds when he had the old tractor...
Good one Ralf.

Cindybrown hat gesagt…

My husband farms. This was good I never thought about what he listened to.

Magyar hat gesagt…

_Often a -sound- remains so constant, it becomes un-heard... and then, the mind wanders off to listen to other things.

Another good one Ralf! _m

Masago hat gesagt…

Radio, ipod, ... but of course, the purr of the motor.

T.Migratorius hat gesagt…

Hello Ralf.. I really like this. It makes one think... he could be listening to an array of different things. Not too much stress being out in a field alone though.

John McDonald hat gesagt…

good one Ralf

gautami tripathy hat gesagt…

I like what it conjures in my mind..

Lorraine hat gesagt…

You tell me, it is opera for the sheer delight or is it harsh, 'cause it's too much work, to me a symphony, I love corn :)

Kristin Riggs hat gesagt…

If I were a tractor driver, there would have to be some sweet cello music playing in my head...I think the monotonous sound of the tractor would get to me after a while! Good one!

RBroeker hat gesagt…

Thank you very much everybody.

Best wishes
Ralf

Dalloway hat gesagt…

this one certainly got everyone talking... nice one Ralf

BlueJayEye hat gesagt…

James Taylor - my best guess, and of course, he is praying for a bountiful harvest.

gulnaz hat gesagt…

seriously evocative! :)

thanks for visiting my blog, come by again :)

Frank Williams hat gesagt…

Nice one Ralf...

RBroeker hat gesagt…

Thanks a lot for coming in and thinking about my verse.

Best wishes
Ralf

jem hat gesagt…

I like this - it really invites us to imagine anothers perspective.

RBroeker hat gesagt…

Thank you very much, jem. That's an important point.

Best wishes
Ralf