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summer haiku d’été – whose wings tear across = à qui les ailes noires

summer haiku d’été – whose wings tear across = à qui les ailes noires

whose wings tear across
the looming blood moon?
the thunderbird crow’s 



à qui les ailes noires
survolant la lune de sang ? 6 more words
LINEAR B

summer haiku d’été – swept by the wind = le vent les balaie

summer haiku d’été –  swept by the wind = le vent les balaie  

swept by the wind,
delirious poppies,
you blow my mind!



le vent les balaie,
pavots délirants 
si stupéfiants !

Richard Vallance

LINEAR B

autumn haiku d’automne – smoky ole’ crow = vieux corbeau gris

autumn haiku d’automne – smoky ole’ crow = vieux corbeau gris

smoky ole’ crow
on a long dead stump,
bored stiff with the fog



vieux corbeau gris
sur une souche morte,
mort d’ennui

Richard Vallance

LINEAR B

senryu - stray calico cat = chatte tricolore

senryu - stray calico cat = chatte tricolore

stray calico
mummy lonely for love -
welcome home!



chatte tricolore
maman dépourvue d’amour  -
viens chez moi !

Richard Vallance

LINEAR B

Genetic study reveals how citrus became the Med's favorite squeeze

Original article:

Sciencedaily.com

The fascinating find came to light in an investigation into a bizarre acidless mutation which makes citrus juice 1000 times less acidic. 683 more words

Neanderthals ate fresh herbivores, not rotten meat

Cosmos magazine.com

Neanderthals were top level carnivores, even after the arrival of modern humans, chemical analysis indicates.

The finding, based on measures of nitrogen and carbon isotopes in two samples of Neanderthal collagen gathered from two sites in France, confirm a carnivorous diet. 190 more words