Weekly Photo Challenge: Future Tense. And some free-word-association

i notice  a couple of Walt Whitmans in this blog. [when i was a child, Mommy entered me into declamation contests;   won them on Walt Whitman pieces — see how wise Mommy is, she didn’t enter me into singing contests (things i can’t do)]. And that’s my free-word-association stream and blogpost for the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Future Tense.

 it says here “Allons!” 

Anong ibig sabihin ng “Allons”? … Answer: Kapag malakas ang hangin sa dagat, madaming… Allons”  (dictionary says it means “let’s go”. So, next time instead of saying “dude seriously we’re two hours late,” —  just frantically wave your hand and say: Allons! we’re not going to have a future, c’mon, allons! )

xxx

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Song of the Open Road

  …

Allons! whoever you are come travel with me!

Traveling with me you find what never tires.

 A.Myra4wordpress

The earth never tires,

The earth is rude, silent, incomprehensible at first, Nature is rude

and incomprehensible at first,

Be not discouraged, keep on, there are divine things well envelop’d,

I swear to you there are divine things more beautiful than words can

tell.

                        ….”

                                                      -Walt Whitman

Photo by Myra Lambino

 

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