Fleeting observations, very short stories, brief histories, and amazing tales of derring-do.
I never completely disappeared. I love reading your superb writings. That photograph made my day, thank you.
Wait a minute -- since when is Aerophant at aerophant.com? I thought it was at blogger....I noticed that when I sent the link to my daughter. Is Aerophant taking off on its own?
JUST BEAUTIFUL! Thank you.
Bamboo is an eloquent plant. I have some in the centerpiece of my backyard garden and it looks equally elegant both surrounded by shade plants and by snow.
I want to achieve that eloquence. Thank you for YOUR eloquence.
Smartz, perhaps we should try eating more bamboo. I'm willing to try. I bet it tastes like plain pasta.QS, I am also a huge fan of the bamboo. I have a Mexican weeping bamboo growing in a pot on the deck...it looks like a soft green waterfall.Hi Farmlady, isn't Dave Snyder wonderful? You can read more of his poetry here.John, Aerophant is still hosted by Blogger, but has had its own domain name for quite some time. Please don't ask me to explain more as this sentence has already severely tapped my technological capability.Stauf, I'm glad to know you're around. I love this photo too--these pandas have such equanimity in their expressions. (Plus, they're ridiculous.)
Clearly one is playing the bamboo flute and another is on clarinet.
Pandelon ... a close relative of Gamelan.
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