Monday, October 25, 2010

The shower...

Summer in Crete...
Καλοκαίρη στην Κρήτη..

ΕΤΣΙ ΣΥΧΝΑ ΟΤΑΝ ΜΙΛΩ ΓΙΑ ΤΟΝ ΗΛΙΟ
ΜΠΕΡΔΕΥΕΤΑΙ ΣΤΗ ΓΛΩΣΣΑ ΜΟΥ ΕΝΑ
ΜΕΓΑΛΟ ΤΡΙΑΝΤΑΦΥΛΛΟ ΚΑΤΑΚΟΚΚΙΝΟ.

ΑΛΛΑ ΔΕΝ ΕΙΝΑΙ ΒΟΛΕΤΟ ΝΑ ΣΩΠΑΣΩ...

ΟΔΥΣΣΕΑΣ ΕΛΥΤΗΣ

Very often when I talk about the sun
gets confused in my tongue
a big red rose..
But it does not suits me to remain silent.

18 comments:

  1. Τι γλυκό!
    Φιλιά πολλά

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  2. No one deserves to suffer, children are an angel that deserves to be happy

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  3. liebe Monika, du hast wirklich auch ein großes Herz, dein Foto Kinder,so eine kleine Seele, so schön, daß du auch zu dieser kleinen
    Milly und Emily gefunden hast, da kann man sich doch nichs vergeben, so einen kleinen Gedanken, einpaar nette Worte, in so eine schwere Zeit,du bist lieb, ich grüße dich herzlich Jasmin

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  4. By Christmas he hopefully will be able to wear a smile.


    daily athens

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  5. I agree.Children shall not suffer.

    Very good this photo.I like it a lot.Life is not only about beauty and nice things.It has a differnet side to.You are a brave photographer!!

    thanx!!

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  6. The well known Chinese proverb: "One picture is worth ten thousand words", it's perfectly applies here!

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  7. Powerful image - tender and yet so haunting...

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  8. I'm glad it does not suit you to remain silent.

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  9. Great shot, Monika, extremely stunning!

    Hope you're having a good day!

    Hugs
    B xx

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  10. very dramatic photo, difficult to look at children in turmoil

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  11. He seems to be sad, nice PICTURE!

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  12. D.Angel,
    Σ'ευχαρισστώ κορίτσι μου.
    Φιλία και απο εμένα!!

    Thank you for your comment, Luis!
    Later on I am coming for a visit to your
    beautiful images..

    Mo,
    I welcome you for your first visit on my blog!

    Costea,
    I agree with your opinion, that children should
    be happy all over the world.

    Jasmin,
    es ist so, wie du es schreibst. Als ich diese
    beiden Kinderseelen Milly und Emily ueber ihre
    Blogs besuchte, fasste ich mir ein schweres Herz
    und hinterliss einige wohlgemeinte Zeilen.
    Leider wurde dieses zu einem Missverstaendnis
    wegen des Namens von meinem Blog.
    So erhielt ich eine nicht sehr schoene Antwort
    (anonym).
    Im Schmerz der Eltern kann ich das aber verstehen
    und verzeihen. Und vielleicht sollte ich dieses
    ueberhaupt nicht erwaehnen!
    Gruess dich sehr herzlich,
    Monika

    ρομπερτ,
    yes, maybe. But I don't know, that everybody
    means that this boy is not happy.
    Only one thing I can understand: he does not
    likes water..

    Yes, Wong, a sad smile and I don't know.. why.
    The boy's mother was right beside him.

    Thank you, Anita, for visiting again!
    But I don't think that I am brave..

    Phivos,
    thank you for those wise words of the Chinese.
    They know better, than we do !

    Gabriella,
    all your words are so true as they always are..

    I'll never remain silent, Clint. As this great poet Elytis wrote these words..

    Today, dear Betty, is a national holiday here,
    as you know so well.
    I wish you a very good day!
    Hugs from Greece,
    Monika

    nubilus,
    the boy looks a bit sad (unfortunately).
    Although I asked his mother before taken this
    photo.
    Maybe he didn't like water at all!

    Thank you, Serge, for comming to my humble blog.

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  13. A touching and poignant image. Very emotive and well done.

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  14. Scott Bulger,
    thank you for your good words..
    It means a lot to me!

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  15. Beautiful photo, it tells a lot!

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