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Monday 3 May 2010

Haiku #133

Not just their furry coats
to keep them on the move - Mammoth
blood had anti-freeze.


steven said...

they were so cool. steven

Kass said...

Good one!

Tabor said...

Just like some fish today!

Carl said...

Cool. I am going to have to check that out.


bard said...

I'll have to look for this article as well. It sounds like you enjoy reading about the same things that I do, Dave. Are you familiar with Graham Hancock? If you haven't checked out his page, I think you'll find a lot of interesting stuff there. It is updated every day or two during the week.


Tess Kincaid said...

Oh, so that's where it came from.

Friko said...

seeing where they lived, they needed it.

Dave, I've today decided to indulge myself and start a poetry and pictures blog of my own - really, pure self-indulgence.

No competition, I am not able to write poetry like you and will therefore restrict myself to copied and translated poems.

Conda Douglas said...

Oh wow, Dave, that's so hot blooded! Amazing.

Dave King said...

cool - and fit!


I didn't know... at least, I don't think I did!

Must admit, I haven't done that. Let me know.

I don't know of Hancock's stuff, thanks for the steer. I'll go have a looksee.

Seems so!

That's good news. I've been wondering for some time how long I can keep this one going in its present form. Bet yours soon stops being an indulgence, though, and takes over! That's what happened to me. Best of luck - not that you'll need it.

Yup, it's cool to be hot - my grandsons tell me.

chiccoreal said...

Dear Dave: Absolutely love your poems! They are so cool so far out! I love your Haikus! Compacted wisdom in zen's teeth.