Friday, April 4, 2008

friday's feast

april 4 2008




Appetizer

Invent a new flower; give it a name and describe it.


It's the dehedriam.
It's a wonderful flower consisting of a whole bouquet of miniflowers in white, light blue and soft purple.
When the flower grows older it doesn't get droopy, but it slowly colours from soft pink to whine red. Then the leaves close and form the protection for the growing seeds.
In winter the firm stem, spreading in little branches holding the flowers, can carry a rather large load of snow, which has lead to the alias: the winter-pom-pom-flower.

The fragrance resembles the summer evenings joy of honeysuckle.

Soup

Name someone whom you think has a wonderful voice.

Someone who jumps in my mind: Kiri te Kanawa.
She'll be visiting my country soon, to receive a prestigeous prize.
Oh...how I wish I could attend her last concert here.
But I can spend my money only once, and as you know, it goes to the children.

Salad

On a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 being highest, how clean do you keep your car?


Haha...We don't have a car.
I keep my bycicle as clean as the rain keeps it.

Main Course

How do you feel about poetry?


I don't like all poetry.
Often people use the concept of poetry as an excuse to launch a chaotic meaningless mess of words on internet or elsewhere, just like some people throw paint to a flat surface and call it a painting.

It's not so that I need to understand everything what is said, but it should trigger a special feeling.

I love the moments when I feel like writing poetry and the poem itself takes over and surprises me.

Dessert

What was the last person/place/thing you took a picture of?

I remember! That was the snow at easter!
It was so amazing to have snow those days. The large amounts that swirled through the sky. It was awesome!

You can see it here.

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21 comments:

  1. Snow on Easter...I bet it was pretty!

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  2. oh my ... love your appetizer!
    wonderful feast!

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  3. Great feast! I love your flower creation!

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  4. Very romantic flower creation !

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  5. Your flower creation sounds interesting. And you describe it well that i can almost imagine how it looks like.

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  6. Interesting appetizer. Thanks for dropping by on my blog. Have a great weekend!

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  7. Lovely flower you created! I like your detailed description and like zamejias, I can almost see it before me!

    Have a nice weekend and stop by if you can:

    http://justme1947.blogspot.com/2008/04/friday-feast-186.html

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  8. Wow, snow on Easter Sunday. How cool. The weather here was warm. Have a great FF and weekend. :)

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  9. Oooh, I like your flower--nice feast!

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  10. Snow on easter we had a lot of snow this year about 3 feet in our back yard. It gone now.

    I never heard of Kiri te Kanawa but there been quite a few friday feast voices I never heard of guess I'm getting older now

    Your flower sound interesting.

    Thanks for stopping in.

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  11. Thanks for reminding me of Kiri. I have not seen her in years and forgotten about her since she is not promoted much in the USA.

    Great Feast!

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  12. Intersting feast! snow on easter! happy FF!


    http://edsnanquil.blogspot.com

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  13. Hi! Great thoughts!
    Thanks for the visit.
    I hope my vote went through.
    I did not see my comment though at Buzzfuse.
    Anyways, God bless.:-)

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  14. I love the way you described your flower. Great feast!

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  15. I liked your main course answer- very true!

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  16. your appetizer sounds...well ... appetizing :) you write beautifully, thanks for popping my to visit my feast as well, pleasure to meet you!

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  17. Oh my gosh, I really love your flower! Great feast!

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  18. You have an interesting flower! Happy FF! :)

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  19. Hey! I'm a little late-computer problems and migraines-aaahhhhh! Delicious Feast! I love your appetizer-the flower. Thanks for visiting me.

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