A dreary day in paradise

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Araner
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A dreary day in paradise

Post by Araner » Tue Feb 17, 2015 4:36 pm

Not every day can be bright and sunny, but we can make the best of what Mother Nature deals us.

Paradise
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Nothing gets me down
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These merry-go-round ponies look a bit mean to me
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Unchain my heart, please
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Walk-on-by
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They warned him not to mess with his little sister
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I smiled, she didn’t notice
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The dreary streets of winter
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We’ll always have Paris – she wore black, I wore red… we’re funny like that
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Who pays the electric bill?
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This is not my beautiful house
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The life of the lonely retiree
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Should have consulted a fortune teller
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She hears things
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I’ve got blue bowls
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Passing through the Subway Station
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Mama told me there’d be days like this
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Everyday life is always interesting
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All the best!
Mike

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Re: A dreary day in paradise

Post by EL Alamein » Tue Feb 17, 2015 7:13 pm

Mike, beautiful pictures! Keep'em coming.

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Re: A dreary day in paradise

Post by TheMonk » Wed Feb 18, 2015 11:35 am

Gorgeous pictures, Mike. Great stuff!
David

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Re: A dreary day in paradise

Post by brothers » Wed Feb 18, 2015 7:09 pm

I've said it before somewhere, but reading your captions always seems to make me smile.
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Re: A dreary day in paradise

Post by CMur12 » Thu Feb 19, 2015 3:05 pm

Thanks for more insight into your world, Mike.

As a student of languages, cultures and linguistics, I've got to ask you about these aspects of your life in Japan.
How long have you lived there?
How is your Japanese speech?
Can you read the language well?

Thanks -

- Murray
Give me Soap or give me death!

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