April 24, 2009

"An Orange on the Table"


Tax weekend for us here in the Pup household.

I'll leave you with a poem that my husband likes.

"An orange on the table, your dress on the rug, and you in my bed, sweet present of the present, cool of night, warmth of my life"

Jacques Prevert

Have a happy weekend! See you on Monday

Hazel

15 comments:

giulia said...

Thanks for the poem, the gorgeous oranges. It also reminded me: I can do what I want on my own in perpetual-construction blog & slap "Week's End" on the post. And.Be.Done.With.It.

Grazie, Mme. le Pup

Anna said...

Schoenes Wochenende!

Abe Lincoln said...

I like the poem too. Also the photo. They look better than oranges to me.

synchronicity -- I like that word.

Saw you at Willow's blog.

Janette Kearns Wilson said...

How fortunate you are.

The Clever Pup said...

Janette, my husband likes the poem, but I don't think he's romanticizing me.

Poetikat said...

Oh yes! Tax time...maybe this weekend, we'll see. Husband does them for mom too.

I like the poem. I like oranges. Wish I had one right now.

Kat

Brian Miller said...

like the poem as well...may use it...happy weekend!

kj said...

pup, i've been enjoying your blog alot! this favorite poem of your husband's is delightfully sensual and anticipatory. i like that!

:)

lettuce said...

"cool of night, warmth of my life" thats lovely


have a great weekend

Auntie, aka Dog Girl said...

What a romantically cool poem...BTW, in China, it's considered good feng shui to keep a bowl of oranges on the table...they represent gold coins=wealth...

California Girl said...

that is some sexy stuff. i like it!

Poetikat said...

Hazel - I've got a fun award for you...let's see what you can bring to the table!

Kat

Mrsupole said...

I liked the orange poem and I love the picture because clementine oranges are my favorite oranges. We buy them all the time at Costco and my youngest granddaughter comes here and eats them like crazy. She has now learned how to peel them on her own and so she is a happy camper because she does not have to wait for me to peel them for her anymore.

God bless.

Tina said...

oh i love that poem! fantastic! hope you had a lovely weekend, even if it did involve taxes...

My Castle in Spain said...

and even in English Prévert sounds nice !
hope you had a nice week end...