Poems and fiction in English by a writer from Finland.
International pictures also included.
Some facts, too. Occasionally.
Run, run, run,
catch the first beam
of the sun.
flow, flow, flow!
The weekly challenge for Moody Monday is spring fever
You see, it was worth hoping! :-)
Peter, they have promised 10 cm of snow next night!!!!! To southern of Finland!!!
here its already summer!!!
Oh, don't say, Brocasarea...
What pretty cobblestones...
:D Ah, you said it. Spring is here and it's wonderful.(Though my English friend who lived in Finland for a couple of years thinks there is no proper spring in Finland. His view is the kind of one where they already have crocuses and daffodils blooming mid March... What spring is that when there hasn't even been a proper winter preceding it?)
Jinksy, they are nice, but also a nuisance, if you have bad feet or try to push a pram or a wheel chair.Jl, there can't be s spring without winter -not at least the feeling spring evokes in soul!
I see that bright pool of sunshine on the ground--clear enough to dip into it for a drink or two.
Tänään ei näytä tuolta. Kovin menee hitaasti.
Spring runs fast, it's coming nearzer every day.
Kenneth, pigeons would like to to that!Ees, taas, ees, taas, kevään tulo, chrome3d -onneksi ei sitä 10 senttiä lunta sentään tullut.Yes, it does, HPY, but I think it's a bit slow anyway!
So, spring cleaning begins with the streets in Finland?
Hopefully so, Mick, because I can't get started at home!
easy for you to saywe have no snow herecome back snow!come back!hehe
I'll send you some, Azer!
Today it looks more than less, sunny and beautiful. And tomorrow it will run :D Jeee!
Run, baby, run!
As soon as my nose stops ;)Besides, you are the one with the pure white snikers... ;d
Oh, you let your nose run for you!No, those were not my sneakers, OMG! I never run.
Poetic photograph bathed in early light.Sunrises are under rated. Sunsets unfortunately get what we call "prime time."My best.
Sunrises are so early, John, we'll still be asleep.
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