kuni san, If you have time to look before it goes away, on my parallel blog http://bardontherun.blogspot.com is an amazing 'picture of the day' - the Seal Mountains in Alaska. Lovely sketch of old man with baby. Absolutely charming!
Kuni san,Wonderful imagination! I am very proud that I could collaborate with you to make this haiga.This is one of the few poetries about the invisible particle "Neutrino". As you know, Neutrino is known as mysterious particle easily passing through our body and earth. The first poetry about this particle is "Cosmic Gall" written by famous American writer John Updike in 1960, who passed away last month. Let me introduce his poet here.Cosmic GallJohn Updike (1932-2009)Neutrinos, they are very small.They have no charge and have no massAnd do not interact at all.The earth is just a silly ballTo them, through which they simply pass,Like dustmaids through a drafty hallOr photons through a sheet of glass.They snub the most exquisite gas,Ignore the most substantial wall,Cold-shoulder steel and sounding brass,Insult the stallion in his stall,And scorning barriers of class,Infiltrate you and me! Like tallAnd painless guillotines, they fallDown through our heads into the grass.At night, they enter at NepalAnd pierce the lover and his lassFrom underneath the bed - you callIt wonderful; I call it crass.
Nice photo, "picture of the day".I imagine that a huge whale is about to surface and break the expance of the peaceful ice.Yoon san: My honor to collaborate with you. "Cosmil Gall" makes me laugh! Makes me also aware of the difference between the scientists and the poets.It is intriguing that you have both qualities in yourself.
nice- beautiful picture!
great kuni san it reminds me of when passing through Berkley the bus driver informed us that the particle chamber passed under our roadjohn
John's remark reminds me that there's one runs directly under my mother's house. I can remember the thing being built. The houses were built on top of it much later. Strange to say it's close to the village where the father of the author of Alice in Wonderland was the vicar.
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