Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
and you add an explanation, for those not wise enough yet, like moi I love it, bravo lol I have some of those jars lol
Sorry, Lorraine and all. I didn't intend to leave that impression, I simply looked into that jelly-jar of wine that night, and the memory generated the senryu. Tnx, _m
looking back to those days when we bought the peanut butter in glasses and kept the emptiesmuch lovegillena
ha! nice, Magyar :)wishes, devika
Your report is very interesting indeed. I invite You to see a great collection of views of borders (riigipiirid) in my Italian-Estonian site http://www.pillandia.blogspot.comBest wishes from Italy!
Oh no _m please don't apologize, I mean it thank YOU, I don't want to interpret someone's words, I want to feel it, I like that you did that!
I still have problems to throw away things which could be useful one day. To release the right thing is the art you need to survive.Best wishesRalf
...reminds me of my grandparents who were from the ozarks. They drank out of a jelly jar. Just one jar ... always shared at the table.
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