Friday, October 15, 2010

Gedicht


Here is a lovely gift from a lovely friend in Germany. Jasmin reads English and responds in German. I read German and respond in Gibberish.




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Thank you, Jasmin!

14 comments:

jasmin said...

dear William, I make a curtsy, my greetings and love embrace I write Jasmin .....

William Michaelian said...

It’s a beautiful illustration, Jasmin, a gift for someone’s outstretched hand. Thank you again.

don't be emily said...

Lovely. :) I speak gibberish fluently, William. It is a very expressive language. The grammatical and vocabulary differences from individual to individual vary so, however, that it seems hard for me to communicate that way. So glad you figured it out!!

William Michaelian said...

Katie, I must admit, the cover of one of my dictionaries reads Finnegans Wake.

martinealison said...

Très beau témoignage...

William Michaelian said...

Hello, Martine. Thank you.

Kraxpelax said...

The Moon
shines
on a cat

Meow

As a native Swede, I am particularly proud of my love poetry suite Sonnets for Katie.

My Poems

My wallpaper art Babes!

Sexuality introduces Death to Being; and indeed Life simultaneously. This is the profound Myth of the Eden. The work of the Serpent. Bringing us out of "blessed" Standstill. So, in contrast to the mindless pietism of vulgar Christianity, my personal "Christo-Satanism" should be given serious thought by the Enlightened Few, the Pneumatics, the 1% Outlaws. The Light Bringer must be rehabilitated, beacause if not, the All of it simply doesn't make sense: true Catholicism is necessarily Meta Catholicism.

My philosophy

My poetry in French:

Poétudes

My poetry in German:

Fremde Gedichte

And: reciprocity: for mutual benefit, you will do me a favor promoting your own blog on mine!

Yours,

- Peter Ingestad, Sweden

William Michaelian said...

Sigh. And so it goes.

nouvelles couleurs - vienna atelier said...

:-) it is so nice and amazing to see how throught million persons in internet, some people meat each other, and crerate a real feeling based on common interests, and form groups such as in school time..
I'm ppraud to know jasmine and you William

William Michaelian said...

I feel the same way, Laura, and very lucky about this continuing adventure, the wonderful people, the friendship, and all I have learned.

Jan said...

I know that I missed blogging when I needed some time off but it really wasn't my blog that I missed, but my wonderful friends that I've met here. I don't need to meet any of you in person to know how much I value our friendship. William, Laura and Martine are just three of these. Jasmin's gift is beautiful and a lovely way to reach out to a friend. I've visited her blog and it to is lovely...

William Michaelian said...

Isn’t it, though? Right from the beginning, you can see and sense her instinct for art and beauty. Thank you, Jan. You are a good friend indeed.

Jean Spitzer said...

Lovely gift, lovely poem.

William Michaelian said...

Thank you, Jean.