Category Archives: roaming

Train-hike-train

Seeking a child free seat ,using nonverbal cues i ask the man reading the paper to remove his bagpack so i can sit down with the dog in a bag,as required by the swiss train service. The man’e eyes when … Continue reading

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What is home?

Once again Dorothy will click her heels And demand and say: “Home” But what is home? When no one stands waiting At the door, A home  that can be sold and bought Unlike the affections of the heart that must … Continue reading

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Trains-poem

Who  to take aboard? It’s up to you. Who do you leave behind? It’s up to you. The Thai negotiation phrase Can one travel not by trains But in the tracks of the mind? It’s up to you You said … Continue reading

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My visit to the local large supersaver supermarket

Well,one less item on my bucket list. A visit to “Lidl”-German prices in Switzerland Surprising diacoveries : -A Jerusalem artichock -various cheeses -half priced flowers and plants -cheap chocolate -Temptation to shop till you drop. Some singular swiss spotted shopping … Continue reading

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swiss rule:only swiss

Swiss rule:only swiss are allowed to complain,foreigners are told: “why don’t you go back to where you come from” Refugees are exceptions, if you come from a Moslem country /African land  /Mexico/south American dictatorship in which case you are told … Continue reading

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Midnight show

walking in the street snow covers everything; uniting sidewalks with streets and it’s like walking on the moon but the moon is at the same time looking back . Surprising stars appear and their light and the snow decorate the … Continue reading

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Blue days,black nights,stars.

“Hello,how are you? Have you been alright through all those lonely,lonely,lonely lonely nights ? That’s what i’d say,i’d tell you everything if you pick up that telephone,yeah,yeah,yeah. Hey,how are you feelin’? Are you still the same,don’t you realize the things … Continue reading

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