Poems and fiction in English by a writer from Finland.
International pictures also included.
Some facts, too. Occasionally.
We are lonely in different ways. My lonelyness starts with azerty.
Feeling different than the others is one thing that makes one feel lonely, HPY. Being unspoken to. Being outnumbered.
For the moment I don't comment here. I don't know if I should make a serious comment or a "hpy-comment"!
Hahhah, Peter, you can choose either way or be just yourself, as you please:)
Am I not serious?At least you are outnumbered.(I love seeing Peter comment here - he's not as serious on your blog as on his own.)
People tend to be different than usually in my blogs, I've noticed, HPY. Maybe it has something to do with the things I write about? (especially in my main blog in Finnish). Or the way I write?No, I just have witty and charming people who leave comments:)
"I am alone, but not lonely", say each of the letters of the qwerty keyboard, "except for that time when presented with a blank screen".
Maybe so, Mick. To be alone is not the same as being lonely. To be lonely in a crowd is worse than being lonely alone, I should think. Maybe the letters try to tell that? What about the only, lonely number in the pic? What does it think?
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