Happy Birthday to:

 

Hi all members of our ABC-Wednesday-family!

It is october 29th, and that tells us that one of us is celebrating his birthday!
And who may we congratulate?
The birthdayboy is IAN, also know as SHOOTING PARROTS

We all wish you all the best of Luck, Love, Health & Happiness!!

 

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Mention it in a comment or drop us a note in abcwednesday21@gmail.com

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21-P by Phenomenon

ABC-Wednesday  Round 21 ; Letter P

P for Poem

Well here we are and its P already. Todays post is about Poems. What is it about Poems that move us so? Is it the Power of the Poet or is it just the phenomenal use of words? I feel poems right from the ancient ages help shows the culture across the ages and the life back then of the folks from the common to the most uncommon. I have always been Passionate about Poems but I also have a phenomenally weird inclination for the dark side so here is one of mine………..

Vanity Fair

Vanity fair is an everyday circus
Played not only by the rich but common people like us
Always comparing, trying to outdo each other
We keep getting into one muddle or another

Let not your vanity become too cheap
since what you sow so shall you reap
So what exactly is it we fear
There is a place for everyone here

Let go of it and be what you are
Be true to yourself and you will go far
why try being bad at being what you are not
When you can be good with all that you have got

So Pretty Please Post your Posts and we will be right back to it !

 

 

21~O by Daphne

Hey there and good-morning/-afternoon/-evening,

This week I choose to share something else then what I normally do, what are animals.

For this week I choose Orchids.
Orchids come in all different colours and forms.
They are my favorite flower to take photo’s from.
So yeah, I always have a lot of photos.

Fun Fact: In Holland we call them: Orchidee.

Have a lovely ABC Wednesday!






 

N is for NO

It occurred to me that, in many languages, especialy the Indo-European ones, the word for NO starts with the letter N. From here:

BENGALI, KURDISH, PERSIAN (FARSI), ROMANI, SINDHI – na
SINHALESE – nae
WELSH – nage
URDU – nahin
GUARANI – nahániri
HINDI – nahin
BRETON – nann
GALLO – nanni
PORTUGUESE – não
BOSNIAN, CROATIAN, CZECH, ESPERANTO, LITHUANIAN, MACEDONIAN, SERBIAN, SLOVENE, SOBOTA – ne
BULGARIAN –
LATVIAN –
AFRIKAANS, DUTCH, FRISIAN, LOW SAXON – nee
LUXEMBOURGISH – neen
FAROESE, ICELANDIC, NORWEGIAN, OLD NORSE – nei
GERMAN, YIDDISH – nein
DANISH, SWEDISH – nej
HUNGARIAN – nem
WALLOON – neni
NORMANnennin / nenn
UKRAINIAN – ni
BELARUSSIAN, POLISH, SLOVAK – nie
RUSSIAN – niet
CATALAN, ENGLISH, FRIULAN, ITALIAN, KURDISH, LIGURIAN, PAPIAMENTO, SARDINIAN, SPANISH – no
CORSICAN –
FRENCH, GALICIAN, HAITIAN CREOLE, OCCITAN –non
ROMANIAN – nu

Y’know, it’s not always bad saying NO. Often the question you are asked is, “Can you do X?” And you think, “Yes, I CAN do X. But OUGHT I to do X?”

So the REAL question should be, “WILL you do X?” And, for reasons of sanity, sometimes the answer should be a resounding NO.

Incidentally, there appears to be some disagreement over what function NO performs in the following sentence: “No, you are mistaken.”

Some sources claim it is an interjection, while others suggest it is an adverb. A Wikipedia article seemingly disagrees with both options.