Poems and fiction in English by a writer from Finland.
International pictures also included.
Some facts, too. Occasionally.
A perfect theme for you, Susu! :D
I like it too!L for love (beautiful piano song playing Richard Clayderman) :)
Yes, Mick, I've been playing with alphabets before, too. In my main Finnish blog I published a year ago a "new" alphabets-book for nowadays children who start the school -a modern version of how to learn the ABC: there were poems of every letter, (very free translation):Anorexy-Annawon't have butter on her breadtime went byand now she's dead.The poems caused somewhat discussion(positive one) and the main paper in Finland also wrote about my "book" in a column.This autumn I published "maths" for grades 1-6, in the same style, maybe even more gloomier.Yes, I'm weird, but I like it:)
Elegia, L for Love and the F-word...that is F for Friends:)
I have to post a link here, Susu!It's so beautiful song! Hope you don't mind... I listen the song and watch your alphabets :-)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xRc2QEnoWyQ&mode=related&search=
Thanks to the link, listened to Richard, and although he's not my kind of music, I must admit that in a certain mood, he suits well (I'm rarely in such a mood...not mellow, not romantic).Remember, Elegia, the Finnish PhotoThursday Challenge at 11!!!!
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