Thursday, March 25, 2010

the dentist's gairden
thirlin -
ruits o the auld aik




the dentist's garden
quivering -
roots of the old oak

9 comments:

  1. love the word play :)

    much love
    gillena

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  2. __Ah the "ruits o the auld aik".
    Smiles to you, John! _m

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  3. ha ha ha. love it!

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  4. I should visit my dentist. And in our old elm-tree we have one big half-decayed branch, too. Another one already falled down last summer; none damages, yet.

    We got also one oak, but she is healthy.

    approaching
    spring storm --
    quivering branches

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  5. like how the scots provides an unintentional(?) pun in English

    Nice one

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  7. the smile is still here :)

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  8. I had to look for the verb. More an impeachment then a denouncement.


    Best wishes
    Ralf

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