Artist: Hasegawa Settei (1878)Image: Japanese Lady Playing the koto (here)
Note: 1 Apologies! The prompt calls for a dialog. This was submitted earlier
to Poets United a different crowd from d'Verse (only Mary and Sanaa had
seen this then) Hope it is ok.
Note: 2 Sherry's challenge is to describe a watershed moment
commonly understood as a moment in time, after which
nothing is ever the same.(friendly banter while cruising in the car)
They are supposed to be dumb do you know that?
Yes, been told time and again but I don't subscribe to stereo-typing
Well, no rustling of leaves if there is no breeze
I have to choose and I aim for a good choice so I may take time
Ok, it is your palate, your taste
Two choices, an American or Italian blonde!
What! ok, I'm listening
But for either it is going to be heavy!
Steak or pasta, yes that's heavy. What about
the brunette you talked about
Going Oriental, yes why not!
It is either kim chee or sushi
Orientals are basically similar it is a toss-up, either way
But they are lighter not heavy like an Italian
mama with a big behind fed on pasta!
It is a defining moment a watershed moment so to speak!
You can live with it, with a Japanese?
Yes, should be ok
Happy Anniversary, my darling My take this year!
That's settled then! For our next years's
dinner, I will make the choice
For now let's make a bee-line for the
chic Japanese Restaurant by the corner
For Sherry's hosting at PU's Midweek Motif - watershed moments and
Victoria's at d'Verse MTB - What's that you're saying?