My own cloud

Here is a poem in which I say that I am my own cloud. I may drift and yet I am found, by presents, by ads, by you. My own cloud It’s like walking on clouds* says an ad daring me to click. Who doesn’t wish to walk on clouds? Oh, but they know me.Continue reading “My own cloud”

CFFC: Ordinary buildings of Italy

First I planned to do a compilation of various interesting buildings from my two countries, but then I realised that I wish to show Rome as I saw it three weeks ago after almost two years without a single visit. Monteverde in Rome is where amore’s father lives and when we go there, this isContinue reading “CFFC: Ordinary buildings of Italy”

Pic and a Word #300: Studio City

Here is a poem with more than one pic from my city of origin where ugly things are happening. But it looks really lovely. Studio City After 30 years my favourite program on national TV Slovenia, a rare one that still gives a damn and is still worth a damn, is losing funds, collaborators, hopeContinue reading “Pic and a Word #300: Studio City”

Five challenges

Welcome! Windows, seats, trios, Which Way, and six words await. But first, a revelation: 101 blogs. That many I follow by email. And I counted only those that have been active in the last month. Imagine. True, not all of you post daily but still, that’s a lot of email notifications to follow through. IContinue reading “Five challenges”

Pic and a Word #298: Divine

When the pandemic first hit and the world was running out of toilet paper, the only thing that ran out in our small supermarket here in Tuscany was the wine. Divine Is this a test? How could divine get its name from anything else but di vino, from wine? In response to Patrick Jennings’ Pic andContinue reading “Pic and a Word #298: Divine”

Monday Window: Santa Severa Castle

Since windows are natural companions to doors, whoever loves ones must love the others too. Here are a bunch from the museum in the Santa Severa Castle on the Italian west coast between Rome and me in southern Tuscany. As I was selecting doors from this castle for my last Thursday Doors post, many windowsContinue reading “Monday Window: Santa Severa Castle”

CFFC: Happy Tili, windows, trios and seats

Today celebrates my friend who was gone from my life for almost thirty years but now is back and was the last friend from Slovenia to visit me in Tuscany together with her pack. Here are chosen together times featuring windows, trios and seats from both my countries. I realise that not everybody thinks joiningContinue reading “CFFC: Happy Tili, windows, trios and seats”

Last photo in December

Not matter if it’s crappy, as long as it’s happy. My last camera photo in December was taken on Christmas Eve, of the black nemesis, and I posted it already unaware that it would be the last of the year. I repeat it here as taken, together with the penultimate one. I did however takeContinue reading “Last photo in December”

Thursday Doors 9/9/21: Padua

Here is the door winner of the busy week with our visitors in two countries: (what I thought was) Duomo di Padova from my first time in this city last Friday after passing it for eight years. For some reason I never saw any Padua church or door before, not even in a photo, andContinue reading “Thursday Doors 9/9/21: Padua”

Friendly Friday encounter

Who says that it must be a human? Especially because I tend not to meet many new ones lately. While two humans are incoming from far away – new only in person – here is somebody who cheered me up 100% earlier this month like only members of its species can, even if they don’tContinue reading “Friendly Friday encounter”

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