Tuesday, April 04, 2006

i wish i was a rock in a japanese garden

lying on the ground
waiting for that gentle rain -
apricot blossoms





12 comments:

  1. beautifull... yet not in any japanese garden. i bet you wouldn`t want to be a rock in the only-one bucharest japanese garden.

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  2. *This isn't happening again! I refuse to believe!
    P.S.: ...si totusi azi (tehnic "ieri") m-am jucat si eu cu magnoliile din H...
    Who's more of a stalker?

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  3. haha. dar bulinele alea nu-s magnolii :)

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  4. Te-au dat astia la gazeta, mai Zeeny:
    http://www.polirom.ro/supliment/nr69/rubrici16.html
    :)

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  5. cunoastem, cunoastem! stay tuned (adica precum tonul in conserva) for more.. of me ;)

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  6. ahhh ce binie face un pic de primavara....

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  7. da.. la oase amortite de pribegiti pe pamant..

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  8. zeeny said...
    haha. dar bulinele alea nu-s magnolii :)


    True, da's de anu' trecut. Cele de ieri (pozele/magnoliile) apar la developare. Deh, dezavantaj film...

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  9. Frumos titlu!... Dar nu este nevoie sa-ti doresti a fi o piatra : tu chiar esti!...Un bolovan! Fii mândra, asadar.

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  10. uuuu.... a lil' troll.. :)

    ignore function activated.

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  11. I heard rocks in japanese gardens are treated good

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  12. 's true. They each have a very well-defined role. There may be a Buddha rock, a male or a female rock, a soul stone, a body stone and a heart stone and many others, depending on the fashion or on what the architect wants to express. :)

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