Sunday, November 4, 2012

November Rain

Winter is approaching in northern hemisphere. Cold winds parade southwestward from the land of Great Wall. So we have downpour over here almost every day. After winter, it is spring. Angsana would bloom resplendent yellow flowers and fall to the ground whenever new ones come out. There would be a layer of floral carpet – bright yellow and gold with brown patches here and there. It is a beautiful sight. 

12 comments:

  1. You have made it sound so romantic - November rain, Great Wall and all. I would say the weather is so very bad that fishermen cannot go out and are gathering at YBs' residence hoping for some hand-out to buy salted fish for the family.

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    1. I'm not Gabriel García Márquez, uncle.

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  2. couldnt agree more w/ al-Manar. it sounds veryyyy romantic!
    well, sometimes, we just have to patiently bear w/ the raining while waiting silently for rainbow to say hi.

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  3. Sometimes, when times are so bad, the pretty words bring a ray of hope and help us forget empty stomachs and bleak outlook.

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  4. Beautiful. If it is a poem, it's a masterpiece. Reminds me of a poem that form 5 students hv to learn, NATURE BY H. D. CARBERRY.it desribes weather in jamaica in a very beautiful way. Go cekidout!

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    1. The only poem that wins my heart most is always The Road Not Taken.

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  5. Le Penseur/The Thinker is a bronze statue created by Rodin, a French artist and sculpturist. Copy and paste this address and it will show you the picture.

    http://www.terminartors.com/files/artworks/3/8/4/38453/Rodin_Auguste-The_Thinker.normal.jpg

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    1. I have googled it before, ma'am. I have done my homework. After doing detailed observation at the icon, yup it indeed looks like a minimalist version of Le Penseur. It is a coincidence.

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  6. How did you know so much about flowers amazes me.
    You should send your writings to publishers

    Your fan,
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