Nov 5, 2007

squirrel checks
an empty nest box -
roller’s timeshare
smalsi voverė
tikrina paukščio būstą -
rudens iškrėstą

9 comments:

Masago said...

:-)

P.S. I just learned that L. Zamenhof, the inventor of Esperanto, had family roots in Lithuania and some aspects of Esperanto can be traced to this connection.

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

very nice :)

John McDonald said...

enjoyed this one
john

Ričardas said...

Masago, you are right regarding Zamenhof's roots although currently his birth place is in Poland. I wish Esperanto has more in common with Lithuanian than just some grammatical aspects and pronunciation. So, Lithuanians have no advantages in learning it.

polona said...

i feel like i'm walking in a park...

Richard Mark Kay said...

I've been lurking and visiting your blog every few days. I like how your work is evolving. Is 'Ricardas' the Lithuanian version of 'Richard' by any chance? ;-)

Ričardas said...

Richard, thanks for visiting and I like your blog too. You are right regarding my name. In fact it is Ričardas where č is pronounced as ch in your name.

Richard Mark Kay said...

Ha! Still can't work out how you get that 'č ' out of your keyboard (I'm using Mac OS X 10.5). I copied and pasted this time. Take care. :-)

Ričardas said...

Well, I think you need Lithuanian language scripts in your computer but I'm not sure how it works in case of Mac.

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