:)"When vanity is not prompting us, we have little to say."La Rochefoucauld (1613-1680)
Vanity is prompting me to thank you for the fantastic limericks you left on my Hen Haiku blog post! They are so excellent that I think I am going to have to put them in a special blog post. :)Thanks for bringing a smile to my face. I had a hard day and I needed it!Knatolee/Natalie
Ça, c'est bien vrai! I comment by vanity.:))))Knatolee - Your Hen Haiku blog post is priceless.
Ha, Knatolee,welcome to Omnium.Lovely in a cold winter night to learn that I could conjure a smile on your lips, and thanks for letting me know.Honour to whom honour is due, though. Checking this post you will find that regarding the 'final six' I can claim copyright but for the hens. :)And tomorrow I shall try to think of both a real haiku and a real Limerick.Claudia,you do, 'of course' know that with this very post I was rather mocking myself than my esteemed readers, hm? :)Indeed, Knatolee's 'hen haikus' are priceless. And that is why right now I'll head over to set a link for all lovers of hen-poetry who are lucky to read this comment section. :) [Two minutes later]Here you go.Enjoy!
I guess this esteemed reader has no illusion about the value of her words!!!:)))))
THat is why I am taciturn when not blogging! Ah the hen haikus.. Now there's an idea for a collaborative blog!
Claudia,Why would I hear one of my teacher's voice? 'Sean, understatement is at least as bad as exaggeration.' :)Jams,ah praised be taciturnity.Binn béal 'na chomhnuidhe.[The mouth that speaks not is sweet to hear.] :)Re 'collaborative bloge': Are you thinking of (freestyle?) poetry that contains cats, hens, cheese and other essentials of life?
C'est bien vrai! Mais que peut-on y faire?
I really need to write some more hen haiku. It's not like I lack inspiration! :) Hey, bonjour Claude! Ça va bien?
Is that why I always find it difficult to know what to say ;-)
Ça va bien, Natalie! Fancy meeting you here, avec tes p'tits poulets.Claude