Showing posts with label 4Liner. Show all posts
Showing posts with label 4Liner. Show all posts

Sunday, July 28, 2019

Highest Temperature Ever

It’s only a matter of time:

Mediterranean & tropical crops

Will enter nordic farmers’ crops

They may add something sublime

Wednesday, May 15, 2019


It truly is an engineering skill
Only humans possess
Who else knows the process
Towards a tasty, consistent, (un)healthy grill

Friday, May 10, 2019

April Amazement

I thought: Spring has been skipped, now too
Then, May dives back to October
Inverse weathers have their reason
Someone, somewhere, has been angered

Saturday, January 19, 2019

January Morning

It’s just after eight;
The first bit of dawn appears
Outside, though with little weight,
A slight bit of coffee scent rears

Monday, November 19, 2018

Also In Late Autumn

Plants still florish,
Under November rain
Winter crop is now lavish,
Your efforts won't be in vain

Tuesday, November 6, 2018


Are they 'beautiful'? Perhaps, no
But, the nutritiousness makes you go
The unexpected flavour even more so
Amazing delight in the days of storm & snow

Saturday, November 10, 2012

Rainy Summer

In a rainy Summer
One finds a new appreciation
Linden, honeysuckle, roses’ scent sensation
Mingles with warm water: it’s no bummer


Coffee Bar

Coffee scent floats by
Cricket sound rises to the sky
Crowds on the water after dark
Boat lights softly spark



Some Winter days it’s possible
The weather allows to sail away
A parable is feasible
Find your way anyway


Yawm Hajj

Faithful from the world meet
Visit the world’s main mosque
Their own devil they wish to beat
Yet it always has a place to imbosk



In the middle of town bustle
Yet police sirens, Turkish wedding music, cars
Can’t make a muscle
Distant remain the street’s stars


Friday, November 9, 2012

Indian Summer

Bright skies, red & yellow leaves
Motionless water
A robin sounds from far between the leaves
Many fishermen enjoy the water



A rose as the scent of summer
Symbol of beauty, love, friendship
We long for their companionship
When it’s midsummer