Poems and fiction in English by a writer from Finland.
International pictures also included.
Some facts, too. Occasionally.
have no words, but I love the skull. Could me mine.
Sounds so familiar! Except for the nails part...
My hair is dirty (should go and wash it)my nails too short (and dirty)my mind is with you.
Elegia, I guessed the scull would please you ;)Lepis, we've got to do something about your nails!Hélène, thank you.
Yes, Lepis must have those nails done!
Mick, I'll take her to manicure.
More than tired, less than dead makes a brilliant aphorism. I like it though I don't like the fact that anyone has to feel that way.
I used that phrase in my book Sairaalapäiväkirja, I believe it's not my own phrase, I must have heard it somewhere, jl.
With a little shampooing you should be able to get at least two positive lines out of the four, even if it's not the most important one!Take care! :-)
Hi Susu! Sorry for the absence, but the season has been too busy here in Lisbon... Anyhow, many around are probably dead, but they didn't even notice they should be tired... ;)Have a superb weekend!!
Thanks for dropping by, Gil.
less than death is still alive!
Hi Susu! With the long weekend here in Lisbon (four days off...), I finally manage to stroll around Blogosphere... Time for a new post here... ;)Have a splendid weekend!!
Yes, Gil, it's time to make a new post, maybe.
Good that you have put some effort on the nails. A few thought out parts hepl to bring focus to other areas as well.
Chrome, grasping with nails at reality :)
We have all been there! But just sing: I'm gonna wash all that right outa of my hair...or something like it :)
Luckily I feel now better than in this post, Kaari!Washed my hair yesteday!
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