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Thursday, January 24, 2008

The First Women Barefoot Solar Engineers Of The World

2 comments:

bryan said...

Peace god:
I have to say that that blog is beautiful and poetic, worthy of publication ... thank It for blogs, otherwise i might not be able to read your words.

Of course, this particular writing is about more than tomatoes, it reminds me visually of "Killer of Sheep" somehow.

That there can be a garden created beyond the concrete and weeds (although, weeds, imho, get a really bad rap, many people chew on them and get much nourishment -- of course a gardener knows this, never mind).

Keep writing.

I would be interested in assisting you in any way, financially of course, in getting your writings published. The one i read is worthy, in a humble english major's opine, of being published for the world to read its poetic, deep meaning that lingers and refuses to leave.

Even though i only know you on myspace, this piece, makes me feel ... know what i mean? People just dont know, but tomatoes DO in fact drink in water ... oddly, the early european settlers feared they were poisonous lol. They feared water i guess.

Anyway, it's deep piece.
BTW, i'm yacubson on myspace, so you'll know who loves your work.

peace,
bryan
(aka yacbuson@myspace)

bdp said...

Peace god:
I have to say that that blog is beautiful and poetic, worthy of publication ... thank It for blogs, otherwise i might not be able to read your words.

Of course, this particular writing is about more than tomatoes, it reminds me visually of "Killer of Sheep" somehow.

That there can be a garden created beyond the concrete and weeds (although, weeds, imho, get a really bad rap, many people chew on them and get much nourishment -- of course a gardener knows this, never mind).

Keep writing.

I would be interested in assisting you in any way, financially of course, in getting your writings published. The one i read is worthy, in a humble english major's opine, of being published for the world to read its poetic, deep meaning that lingers and refuses to leave.

Even though i only know you on myspace, this piece, makes me feel ... know what i mean? People just dont know, but tomatoes DO in fact drink in water ... oddly, the early european settlers feared they were poisonous lol. They feared water i guess.

Anyway, it's deep piece.
BTW, i'm yacubson on myspace, so you'll know who loves your work.

peace,
bryan
(aka yacbuson@myspace)