Haiku. Auf Deutsch. Or in English.
Ha! I like this one!
Love it...I'd like a piece, too! :)
what does this mean, Ralf??i am reading too much into it, i doubt :)wishes, devika
enjoyed this Ralf
I really like this.I think it means that the ticket bought on the internet might have been to a sightseeing place or a museum for example and it doubles up as a memento, as well as the price of the ticket buying a memory of London etc...Anyone who would like to contribute ONLINE a renga verse to add to the 1000 Verse Renga project is more than welcome: 1000 Verse Rengaall my best,Alan
Very nice Ralf, I like when I have to think about it :)
Very nice Ralf. Next time may I join you?T
Good one! Love this Ralf :)
Ah yes, _m
The world gets smaller each moment.
.... und ich mir von Bern ;-)
Thanks a lot everybody, just returned from that ride. I had the children with me and we discovered a lot. Perhaps some of my notebook will become haiku ...@ Alan: See you online. (And I saw two of the last "living monuments" at Trafalgar. It stopped yesterday: http://bit.ly/1lu9mk as you know, I loved your action.)@ T: Oooouuuuh, I bet, you won't say that again after having joined us ;-)@ Dev: At first I think it is as simple as it is - organizing a tour online. At least we become a part of something when we join it. We own each other.Best wishesRalf