A Bleak Summer Posted on 19. July 2016 by Hanna A walk in Rude Skov among raspberry and beetles. ‘There is a crack in everything. That’s how the light gets in.’¹ – even through the dark clouds. ____________________________ ¹. Leonard Cohen, Selected Poems, 1956-1968 Share this:ShareTumblrWhatsAppRedditLinkedInPocketEmailFacebookTwitterSkypeTelegramPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Related
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passe auf dich auf, es wird richtig heiß, also viel trinken, einen guten erholsamen Tag wünsche ich
I’ll do that, thank you Klaus.
ich danke dir, wünsche einen schönen Donnerrstag
That was amazing! My fave song/poem by him is very old. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tIssqxixYp0 As he is Canadian I know much of his work very well. You & he are a perfect match! (creatively)
Thank you again, Resa!!!
PS Did he write Suzanne in Greece? The recording is great ❤
I adore the work of Lenard Cohen, and it is perfect with yours!
Thank you for making me smile – again – Resa. Leonard Cohen is a master in his writing.
Here is a video from London:
Thanks for your lovely words ❤
Oh I love these beetles, we have them at home! What do you call them in Danish? In French it’s “cétoine” :-]
Hi Samuel. We call them ‘Grøn Guldbasse’. They look amazing. It would be fun to see them fly in slow motion because they fly without opening elytra I’ve read.
Naturporten: “‘Grøn Guldbasse’ is incredibly good at flying. It uses the rear wings as flying wings, while the forewings are folded down upon the body. It gives ‘Grøn Guldbasse’ a really good balance.”
That’s a clever beetle 🙂
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