About me

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I am 64 years old male who lives in Lapland, Finland. I have one son and one grandchild. I design home pages. In my spare time I read, write, play the guitar and hike. I also like to watch movies.

I have published three books of poetry, Valkoinen vitsa (1989), Paljon on meneillään (1994) and Postrahavasta (2012). Unfortunately they have been written in Finnish but I try to translate some of them onto this blog later on. Now you must content yourself with what I got here,  a couple of poems. I have written also songs. You can listen to them on my Home Page at: http://www.yellingrosa.com/musiikki01.htm. The music is an international language. They are on the Musiikkia -category.

I have uploaded 3rd of February 2012 two of my poems here at https://yellingrosa.wordpress.com/poems The one of them is from my first book The White Lecture (Valkoinen vitsa). It is called If I Seek You (Jos etsin sinua). A Young Woman Made Herself Next to Me poem is not on either of my collections. It is my intention to upload some verse every now and then. Anyway, now it is easier for you to find my verses as they are on their own page, POEMS.

I have published two stories in English on my Home Site  at http://www.yellingrosa.com/stories01.html. It is my intention to published more stories there when time goes on.

Thank you for visiting my blog. I hope we will meet again.

All the best.

Yelling Rosa
4/23/14

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570 Responses to About me

  1. Literature and Culture says:

    Hei! Sinä olet toinen suomalainen johon olen törmännyt täällä WordPressissa🙂 Blogisi vaikuttaa mielenkiintoiselta joten aloin seuraamaan. En ole koskaan käynyt Lapissa..aion vielä joskus käydä siellä talviaikaan…silloin maisemat siellä ovat aivan uskomattoman kauniit ja se ajankohta on täydellinen minunlaiselleni talvi-ihmiselle🙂

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  2. Thank you so much for visiting my blog!

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  3. Thank you for stopping by my blog. Good luck with your poetry.

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  4. Yelling Rosa says:

    Thank you all for visiting my blog.

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  5. Patrice says:

    Hi! Thanks for stopping by my blog Whimsically Yours & liking my post What’s Up Wednesday =). I hope you have a great weekend!

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  6. Hei, koin hauskan yllätyksen: suomalainen bloggaaja oli käynyt lukemassa blogiani. Kiitokset siis sinulle visiitistä ja intoa bloggaamiseen. Huomasin että sinulla oli kiinnostavia runoja.

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    • Yelling Rosa says:

      Kiitos sanoistasi. Olin itsekin ilahtunut sinun sivustasi. WordPress -alustaa ei suuressa määrin käytetä Suomessa.

      Juuri nyt voit lukea ja/tai ladata ilmaiseksi yksityiskäyttöön kolmannen runokokoelmani Postrahavasta. Lue ohjeet osoitteesta: http://yellingrosa.com/wordpress/?p=940 Ilmainen tutustumisjakso päättyy 22.8.13.

      Kaikkea hyvää sinulle

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      • Kävin katsomassa runokokoelmaasi. Tykkäsin kovasti ironiasta ja huumorista! Olen itsekin Lapista lähtöisin, joten tuo huumorin laji tuntuu kotoisalta.

        Joskus voisi olla kiva vaihtaa kokemuksia Wordressin käytöstä, bloggaamisesta tms. Olen jossain vaiheessa avaamassa uutta nettisivua, joka liittyy tulevaan työhöni. Kiinnostaisi tietää esimerkiksi, onko monimutkaista tehdä samoille sivuille sekä englannin että suomen kielistä versiota.

        En tiedä oletko Facebookissa, mutta minut sieltä löytää, jos jättää kaksiosaisen sukunimeni loppuosan pois.

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  7. This is what I love about blogging – discovering fabulous minds far away from my place of origin, yet reminding me that we all come from the same place, in the end.

    Thanks for finding my blog – I’ve so enjoyed finding yours.

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    • Yelling Rosa says:

      Thanks and the pleasure was all mine. I really enjoyed visiting your blog.
      It’s a funny incident because I thought earlier in the Sunday afternoon as well how we all are the same, citizens of this one globe, made of the same wood with the same tools by the carpenters alike. In some point of evolution we have started to become differentiated. I believe that the language has a conclusive part in this. It has been incapable of following the migration of people and nowadays the fast engineering in trades. It has not designed to describe the abstractions to a great extent. The language is the tool for concrete objects and when it is used to express ideas the misconception are unavoidable.

      Where this will conduct us is a good question. I don’t have an answer for it and I believe that every soul on earth is at a loss what to do at least in some degree. The experts in different lines have developed the specific jargons in order to get things done but this lends itself to the larger disintegration. The growing amount of micro communities dealing with themselves doesn’t bring us together. Of course, we manage with the words in the future somehow but we should see that they are not infallible. They can fool us if we are not reasonable.

      The modern poetry is one expedient to express the human inner entity. Sometimes it hits the target because it has managed to free the words from all the used objects: beliefs which are trying to build the bridges between the concrete things and abstractions. It goes without saying that poems can’t compensate the everyday language, but they can be the moments of a human consistency which we really need to understand that we all are the same.

      Thank you for giving me the courage to expose this. It was easier when I got the proof of our similarity from you.

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      • windhound says:

        I love words, the way they look and sound, their many meanings and change of usage over the centuries. At their best they point us in the direction of something remarkable. I have chosen in the past couple of years to use colour as my language allowing words to appear sparingly. Looking without thinking requires practice but allowing a moment of space between looking and verbal communication can result in some very perceptive thoughts. Many thanks for your thought soothing and provoking blog posts.

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      • Yelling Rosa says:

        Thank you for your comment. I liked your words (=colors) on your blog. Take care

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  8. petchary says:

    Thanks so much for visiting my blog all the way in Jamaica! It is so nice to hear from Finland – and always wonderful to share with a poet!

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  9. Hi! Thanks for liking one of my pages. So you’re a poet! I like what I’ve read so far. I haven’t been writing poems lately and I probably am not that good, but practice makes…well, better, because nothing’s perfect. I should write and follow your example.🙂

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  10. Thanks for visiting and liking my blog and in so doing, introducing me to yours. The poems that I was able to read in English were winners, and the good thing about music is that language doesn’t matter. It’s the melody that counts. So nice to meet you!

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  11. LFFL says:

    I love finding good poems.

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  12. sticktalking says:

    Love you work! Thanks for liking my blog!
    Tom

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  13. Love your name ‘YellingRosa’ – that’s great!🙂
    Congrats on your publications. You sound interesting… I love guitar.

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  14. Sherri says:

    Hello! Thank you very much for visiting my blog and reading my poems. I hope you will visit again. I wish you the very best with your poetry and song writing🙂

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  15. Thank you for viziting my blog!
    Onu

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  16. Brett says:

    Thank you so much for visiting my blog and liking one of my posts. You have some lovely poetry!

    -Brett

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  17. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Great job you’re doing here, best wishes!

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  18. Hola buenos días.
    Agradecida por tu visita a mi blog.
    Que disfrutes de una hermosa jornada.

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  19. beeseeker says:

    Hello and thanks for finding the time to visit my allotment blog
    http://www.mucktwineandthinker.wordpress.com
    Not sure whether you have seen my -more poetic blog at
    http://www.beeseeker.wordpress.com
    If you have even more – time I would be interested to know what you think of my work there.

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  20. Jamie Dedes says:

    Thanks for the intro.🙂

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  21. Thank you for stopping by at my Pili Oil Blog…Please feel free to check my other blog @ http://www.jennysserendipity.com

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  22. annisik51 says:

    Thanks for visiting my blog and reading my Friday Fictioneers story: Black Moon! Your work is interesting (the English bits – I have no Finnish). I have listened to your music a bit, sang along with it. I particularly like: Yot etsivat yksin. I’d like to sing this. Do you have any sheet music? It would be good to have the lyrics at least and also an English translation. Ann

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    • Yelling Rosa says:

      You are very welcome. I have notated all my songs but the lyrics are in Finnish. It is my intention that I try to translate at least one of my song in English. Anyway, it is not so simply. The poems you can read here are more rewritten than translated but when it comes to lyric I should be faithful to the story and of course the syllables must match the melody.

      I have uploaded some sheet music to my home site at: http://yellingrosa.com/nuotit01.htm but not Yöt etsivät yksin lohdutusta (Nights all alone are looking for the comfort). If everything goes fine, it will be there sooner or later.

      PS. 25th of September 2013
      I have uploaded Yöt etsivät yksin lohdutusta to my Nuotteja page.

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      • annisik51 says:

        I hope you don’t mind – I’ve copied Yot etsivat… to my desktop. I’ll have a go at it tomorrow morning – I have a singing lesson. My teacher/coach may be able to sing in Finnish – she sings in just about every other language! It’s enough to know what it is about for now. Ann🙂

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      • Yelling Rosa says:

        Thanks for your comment. My songs are free for a private non-commercial use. If someone you know would be interested in having one of my songs, he/she should upload the material from my homepage.

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      • annisik51 says:

        Thanks, YR. I will have to find time to transpose the song I printed off to a higher key. I’d have to be a bass to sing some of the notes in your original. It will be good practice.

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  23. annisik51 says:

    P S I note your mention of the Sami people. I’ve heard of the Sami in terms of spirituality and specifically natural telepathic abilities. I haven’t explored their culture much but will now enjoy re-visiting their culture and spirituality. Ann

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    • Yelling Rosa says:

      I am afraid that the Sami culture is more or less ruined as all the other indigenous cultures by the invaders and later by the mass culture. It is a sad process where the majority rules the way of living and it keeps on going as long as people don’t understand that the differences are our similarities. There can’t be two identical souls without saying there could be two identical nations. The easiest option is to deny divergences but this means automatically that someone will cry in the end.

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  24. Hi…I have read some of your poetry. I very much like your blog and I’m really happy to follow you! Thanks for you visit on my Blog. Your thoughts and the way you write are very much interesting yes, but even more sensitive and graceful. Thank you for sharing with us…have a real nice week-end.

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  25. annybloog says:

    Hi. Your blog is amazing. Grettings from Warsaw (Poland).

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  26. Lovely to connect with you. Thank you for visiting The Hurt Healer blog🙂

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  27. danaiana says:

    Thank you for visiting my blog!

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  28. Hi yellingrosa. So nice to meet you. Thank you for liking ‘ Warriors!’ Best Wishes, The Foureyed Poet.

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  29. Hello,

    Thanks so much for visiting my blog. It led me to your blog, which I am now following.

    My favorite thing about this awesome WordPress community is meeting folks like you from around the world. I haven’t done much physical travel, but at least I can get a taste of other peoples and cultures through blogs.

    Happy blogging!

    Nancy

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  30. YR, thank you for visiting Songdog Dreaming and for your interest in my painting “Thin Ice.” I enjoyed reading some of your lovely poems, and I especially like the Delighted Man painting! Wonderful! Kiitos! (The only Finnish word I know…I visited there many years ago, and tried to learn more then, but yours is a very complex language! :-))

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    • Yelling Rosa says:

      You are very welcome. I liked your paintings: good personal touch. I am happy that you liked some of my poems and the Delighted Man. Now he smiles even wider.

      There is much to remember in my language because of the cases (15). On the other hand there are much derived words. If you know the main verb you know all the words that are derived from it. Of course you must know the affixes.

      Take care
      YR

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  31. cate b says:

    Hello. Thank you for visiting my blog. I do appreciate every visitor.😀

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  32. KatYa says:

    Thank you for visiting K IS SILENT. You may also find me at http://www.katyamills.com. I with be reading some of your work when I can. I look forward to it! Katya

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  33. dalo2013 says:

    Great site…love the music.

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  34. i thought i’d visit a bit to thank you for liking our co written poem, Dawn was so sweet to reblog it, we really appreciated it and appreciate your encouragement in reading it as well.
    peace and have a wonderful day!

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  35. Kiitos käynnistäsi blogissani. – Se johdatteli minut viettämään pitkän ajan lueskellen ja vaellellen sinun kuvissasi ja runoissasi. Sen ajan olisin voinut käyttää paljon huonomminkin.

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    • Yelling Rosa says:

      Kiitos itsellesi.

      Mukavaa, että aika ei käynyt pitkäksi. Pidin Muutoksen syke –blogistasi. Siellä puhutaan asiaa. Olen julkaissut syksyllä 2012 Postrahavasta –jutturunokokoelman, jossa käsitellään Suomen vähäosaisten eli kansan tapaa pehmentää huumorilla vaikeita asioita, joista yksi on köyhtyminen. Onneksi me emme ole edelläkävijävaltio tässä asiassa. Voit lukea kokoelman ilmaiseksi täältä: http://yellingrosa.com/Tilaukset Ilmainen tutustumiskausi jatkuu toistaiseksi.

      Kaikkea hyvää ja voimia, että jaksat ylläpitää Muutoksen syke -blogia.

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  36. annapos says:

    Velice mnoho lidí vás přišlo pozdravit, udělám to i já, Anna z Česko, jen krátce, příště se zdržím déle a podívám se na to, co těší nového přítele z daleké, bílé země?

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    • Yelling Rosa says:

      Thank you Anna for being here. I like your blog which I read with the help of translator. Nice text and photos.
      We have here a beautiful sunny winter day, snow on the ground, temperature -4 C.
      All the best for you.

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  37. Thank you for visiting my Blog. We come across so many interesting and insightful lives on the Blogosphere, and your’s is clearly one of them

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    • Yelling Rosa says:

      Thank to you Peter. I feel the same way when it comes to your blog. I am also happy that the atmosphere here among the WordPress bloggers is supportive and positive. It is the best way to make us better bloggers (writers).

      I watched television some time ago. A Finnish neuroscientist told that one negative experience needs several positive experiences to be wiped away.
      By for now.

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  38. Uncle Spike says:

    So you decided to join the small clan of Uncle Spike followers, sometimes known as The Spikey’s…. That makes me a happy blogger now – I really appreciate you making that special mouse click.

    Hope you like my upcoming posts and if you get bored one day, maybe you’ll enjoy trawling through some of my older stuff too.

    If you have any likes, dislikes or suggestions about my blog, just let me know, either through ‘comments’ or via email. Always welcome reader input🙂

    Have a great old day…

    UNCLE SPIKE
    uncle.spikes.adventures1@gmail.com

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  39. clodoweg says:

    Merci de votre visite sur mon blog.
    J’ai bien aimé votre musique.

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  40. Jennwith2ns says:

    thanks for visiting the Jenn stories!

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  41. leamuse says:

    Thank you for stopping by one of my blogs and I am glad you enjoyed the post.

    Since you are a poet, perhaps you would enjoy a glance at my other blog?

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  42. sherazade says:

    tks for visiting my blogg🙂
    Did u understand italian? this would make thinks much easier.

    sherahahah

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    • Yelling Rosa says:

      Thank you for being here in return.

      Unfortunately I am not very good at Italian. I read your blog with the help of the translator. If it is a very hard job for you to write in English whenever being in contact with me, you can use Italian on condition that I can reply in English.

      Have a nice coming weekend.

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  43. Eirene says:

    THank you for liking my page! Love your creativity, Im a great fan of music and poetry as well. Your poems are very deep, but then, the Finnish are that (lived in Finland for half a year). Hope you will keep publishing them in English

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  44. Aren’t you just so very multi-talented! Thanks for stopping by my blog.

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  45. Thanks for visiting and liking my blog and, in so doing, transporting me to Finland and your delightful site! I especially enjoyed listening to the international language of music!

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  46. Kiitos kun kävit blogissani. Mielenkiintoista löytää myös muitakin täältä suomen maalta wordpressissä. Sinulla on mielenkiintoinen blogi…täytyy tutustua ajan kanssa.

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  47. andy1076 says:

    Hi! Thank you for visiting my blog today😀

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  48. Lady Liz says:

    Hi! Thanks for stopping by my blog and liking my post! I appreciate it! 🙂

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  49. randomrose says:

    Thank you for stopping over at my place. I like the way you have put voice over with some of your poetry, it brought me closer to them.

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  50. Abby's Kitchen says:

    Hi there Rosa, you my dear have been nominated for The WordPress Family Award. Congratulations on an outstanding blog! I love your poetry, your music, and many more. So inspirational! Participation is optional of course. If interested, please visit: http://tohealthblog.wordpress.com/the-wordpress-family-award-2013/

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  51. Saved 2 the Utmost aka Mom says:

    Hi Yelling, thank you so much for visiting us (Saintintraining) and liking – it’s a pleasure to ‘meet’ you! I pray you were touched in some way – God bless you and please do come again.

    BTW – my daughter is a poet too so I know that you’re just as special as she is!

    Blessings in Christ,
    Ma Chris.

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  52. Misschanelli.com says:

    Really love your blog, some inspiring words here🙂 x
    http://www.chanelli.wordpress.com

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  53. evelenmargaret says:

    Thank you for stopping in my blog.
    What you are writting is very beautiful and true.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  54. afsheenanjum says:

    Hey ~ Thank you so much for liking my post.
    May Allah bless you.

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  55. leggypeggy says:

    Thanks so much for stopping by and liking my blog. I look forward to reading some of your poetry.

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  56. Nice to meet you, Yelling. Thanks for liking my blog.

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  57. marie says:

    nice that you like my posting greetings to Finland

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  58. Thank you for stopping by at my blog and liking my post Awareness is Half the Solution.
    Diana

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  59. omtatjuan says:

    Excellent words!

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  60. Leya says:

    God Jul och Gott Nytt År to you in Lapland!

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  61. How wonderful WordPress is. To meet another writer, and from Finland! xxoo!

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  62. Enviroart says:

    Very interesting blog! Love your words. Thanks for stopping by and liking mine and Happy holidays !

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  63. cat says:

    Thank you for visiting my blog … Merry XMas and a happy New Year … Love, cat.

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  64. May the merriness of Christmas and the happiness of the New Year follow you throughout the year, Yelling Rosa!

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  65. Johnny Ojanpera says:

    How nice to find a Finnish blogger. I am second generation American by way of Suomussalmi. I am looking forward to reading your words.

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    • Yelling Rosa says:

      Thank you for the comment. I am almost American but I didn’t make myself at home in Florida where my parents moved in the early seventies. I live 185 miles from Suomussalmi to northwest. I am able to see Sweden when I am on my balcony; distance from my home to the border is one mile or so. Do you speak Finnish at all? In which state do you live?
      All the best of luck for you in 2014.
      Bye for now.

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      • Johnny Ojanpera says:

        My grandparents made their way to Palm Beach in the early 50’s by way of New Jersey and New Hampshire. I live in Alabama now, on the Gulf Coast.

        I speak very little Finnish. I grew up listening to it and understand some, but I was never formally taught. My dad always thought it would be more practical to learn Spanish as a second language since I live in an area where there are very few Finns. Happy new year to you as well.

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  66. Sophie33 says:

    Thanks for stopping by my blog & liking a post of mine! Nice to meet you!🙂 Many greetings from a foodie from Belgium! xxx

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  67. Thank you so much for your unwavering support. Happy New Year!

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  68. Soul says:

    Thanks for visiting and liking my post in Visual Dialogue.

    Soul.

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  69. Alison says:

    Hi Yelling Rosa! What a great name. I’ve been travelling all over your blog. How creative you are. Maybe one day we will get to visit Finland. The closest we’ve been is Sweden, many times, since Don’s son lives there.
    Anyway I just dropped by to say thank you for visiting our blog and for the ‘like’ on the post “Buses R Us”
    Cheers
    Alison

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    • Yelling Rosa says:

      Thanks for your nice words.
      I can see Sweden from my balcony. It is about one mile to border or so, even though it doesn’t feel like crossing the border. Because Finland as well Sweden are EU countries, there is no border formalities for us. I had a nice evening walk there tonight. I live in Southern Lapland, 1021 kilometers from Stockholm to north.
      All the best for you all

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  70. Bams Triwoko says:

    Hi there… glad to connect and interact with you.
    Thanks for dropping by my blog…🙂
    Happy New Year. Wishing you a wonderful year.

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  71. Ian says:

    Thanks for visiting me at researchingmyself.wordpress.com. Greetings from Canada and all the best for a happy and healthy 2014!
    Cheers,
    Ian

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  72. Expat Eye says:

    Hi there! Thanks for following my blog! Linda.

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  73. gpcox says:

    Always a pleasure to meet a new friend, especially this wonderful time of year!

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  74. irinadim says:

    Thanks for visiting my blog. I wish you a Happy New Year 2014.

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  75. Ajaytao2010 says:

    Nice reading about you

    Thanks for visiting my blog. Be in touch. Browse through the category sections, I feel you may find something of your interest.

    Happy New Year !!!!!!! and best wishes for you in 2014🙂

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  76. Die Trying says:

    Finland, greetings from Cape Town, South Africa🙂 How kind of you to stop by, you have led me to this very interesting blog. So grand this whole internet blogging space where you get to be inspired by such an interesting world of culture. Sincerely love it all as well as the poetry by the way and Forever a Man Alive is so open, beautiful. All the best xxx

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  77. Holli says:

    Thanks for taking to the time stop by my blog. I look forward to reading yours! All the best sent to you from Canada🙂

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  78. aliewsMuses says:

    Thank you Yelling Rosa for visiting and liking my photo post. Your blog looks great and I look forward to reading more of your posts.

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  79. I appreciate you dropping by to visit Bob’s site. I have visited Finland. It was so different to Ireland that I found myself driving from Island to Island just to take pictures of your beautiful Country. You have a diverse and interesting site,

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  80. colltales says:

    Thanks for stopping by at Colltales, Yelling Rosa. Always glad to come down for a visit too. Best.

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  81. kanzensakura says:

    Thank you for finding my blog and liking my poem. I hope you will visit often. Lovely artwork! I will visit often.

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  82. gapark says:

    Thanks for liking my Chance Encounter! I can tell your work is to design homepages–your blog is very well designed! What is the significance of your blog name? Gail @ seezooeyrun.wordpress.com

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    • Yelling Rosa says:

      Thank you for being here. Your blog was a pleasure to me. Here, on my blog, I try to be as plain as possible, sometimes even childish without using any tricks. I feel that it is more convenient to visitors. Yelling Rosa is my author pseudonym name. It has a long history and I have used it from the sixties when I played on the rock band. I liked the name Rosa after being in Spain when I was a child, so I was called Rosa already as a boy. Because I sang high and with the loud voice on the band, other members of the band started to call me Yelling. So I got the first part of my name.
      All the best for you

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  83. Poetsmith says:

    Thank you for your visit from Finland. Glad that you liked “Ivory Keys”. You have an interesting “About”. Best wishes. 🙂

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  84. I was surprised to find such beauty and simplicity posted by such a loud name! You are welcome any time in my little world. God bless your way.

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  85. Hauska tutustua.
    My mother is Finnish, but I’m only half Finnish. My grandparents came from Teuva, Finland.
    Thank you for “liking” my recent post – http://tracycampbell.net/blog/steps-child-follow-run-bully/.
    It’s a small world.

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  86. sandradan1 says:

    Hi, thanks for visiting and liking my writing blog. I’m going to explore your poetry now. SD

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  87. Hi there🙂

    Thank you so much for visiting and liking my post. I had to come see you too, know a little about you🙂

    Hiking…wow! How do you find the time, between all the writing and your busy world? I’m going to be here a lot, love poetry and would love to read yours. Take care of yourself and thanks again, you gave me a good reason to smile this morning.

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  88. maribey says:

    Hi, thanks for visiting my blog. Do you feel welcome there. Can you understand german?
    And now I’ve got to know your site🙂

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  89. Bela says:

    Hi Thank you for stopping by and liking my post..!! I just visited your weblog, I really liked the concept as I love to read poems… definitely it worth keeping bookmark for..!!🙂

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  90. davidkitz says:

    You and all of Finland can be very proud of defeating Russia in hockey at the Olympics. Congratulations from a Canadian.

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  91. MikeW says:

    Many talents, ’tis true!

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  92. Thanks for your follow of walkingwithmybrother.net. I look forward to reading more of your writing.
    Mary Adrienne

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  93. Helga Bolleter says:

    Glad you ‘Liked’ my post on our blog http://5writers5novels5months.com/, because now I found your intriguing website. It was new to me before. Thank you for finding mine, and I will try to keep up with your posts.

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  94. I really do connect with your poems very well from a spiritual perspective. I love you blog and can wait capturing your imagination daily by reading your work. Am honored to have you visit my blog http://www.graceology.com and liking Colors of poetry. I would gladly welcome your opinion, critique, and guidance on my poems. I am two months old in poetry (been writing poems for two months)….a newbie trying to breath.

    Warm Regards
    McDaniels Gyamfi

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    • Yelling Rosa says:

      Thank you for your comment. I am happy that you found my verses enjoyable. I liked it at your place too. I couldn’t guess that you haven’t written longer. I am very reserved when I am asked to give guidance in writing. The world is full of people who are eager to give advice but sometimes that kind of guidance can be harmless. My own main thread is that honesty is the best policy but it is not easy way to speak. Sometimes you are not liked when you say things as they are but how it could be the other way round. The art is the way of describing the life. If the author gives up being honest, he/she turns into a designer. Sometimes it is imperative that the disadvantages are mentioned, because without them the advantages are not recognized. The other night I put it down in my note book that the confusion is the mother of the order. Of course this doesn’t mean that everything must turn upside down to get things right, but when we are aware of the opposite, we can respect the right act.

      I am sure that everyone will find the best way to write on their own. It is like whatever skill in this world that practice makes perfect. You know your capacities so just adjust them to your verses, and read much. Besides, it’s your freedom to decide how seriously you will take your poetry. Don’t try too hard. If the writing will be obligatory to you, the flame will fade away. “Colors of Poetry” is a good start.

      All the best for you
      YR

      PS You find my poems also on my Home site: http://www.yellingrosa.com/poems01.htm

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  95. Dear Yelling Rosa,

    Thanks for stopping by my blog http://rosarioedieleyne.wordpress.com/ and liking my poem “Madness” from my most recent book of poetry “Del Amor, El Desamor y El Olvido” that is being translated.

    Feel free to visit me at

    wwwRosarioEdieleyne.com

    or follow me on

    https://www.facebook.com/RosarioEdieleyne
    https://twitter.com/Edieleyne

    Sicerely,

    Rosario🙂

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  96. Thank you for stopping by my blog.Wish you good luck!
    Madi Preda

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  97. emeraldwake says:

    pleasure to be here,EM

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  98. Ali Stegert says:

    Thanks for taking a look at my blog. I like yours, and I see a kindred spirit who experiments with various blogging apps. I think I can learn from you! I’ll be back. ☺️

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  99. Angie Mc says:

    Thanks for visiting my blog, Family Answers Fast, and for liking my post “Amazing Grace.” I look forward to reading more from you🙂 #NF

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    • Yelling Rosa says:

      Thank you for being here in return. I have lost both of my grandmothers and haven’t ever seen my grandfathers. Even though I haven’t seen my grandmothers for over 40 years, I still call them back to my mind every now and then. They represented the good human values we have unfortunately forgotten to respect. They had the courage to stop when the speed was too fast instead of running away the troubles. I wish you and your love ones all the best of times.

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  100. atempleton says:

    Thanks for stopping by and liking my blog. Glad to have visited here. I like the variety–poems, art, music.

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  101. Mags Corner says:

    Thank you for stopping by my blog and liking the bird pictures. You have a very nice blog.

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  102. Thank you for stopping by Kerri Chronicles and liking the Coffee & Christ show. We hope to see you again soon!

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  103. Candia says:

    Thank you for liking my post. Maybe you will discover my poetry section? I certainly intend to look at your work.
    Thanks again.

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  104. Danke für den Besuch auf meinem Blog.🙂
    Es freut mich, dass Sie Gefallen daran gefunden haben…

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  105. w8screens says:

    danke für deinen Besuch es hat mich sehr gefreut das du vorbei geschaut hat . Ich wünsche dir eine angenehme zeit

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  106. Harold Green says:

    Thank you for discovering my photography blog http://www.throughharoldslens.com.

    You gave me the opportunity to discover, explore and follow your blog. I hope we both enjoy our journeys.

    To launch you on your journey, I thought you might enjoy a couple of “Quick Links” to a few of my favorites, from over 200 posts, on Through Harold’s Lens:

    “Five Senses”
    http://throughharoldslens.com/2013/06/20/five-senses-european-tour/

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    On behalf of the Through Harold’s Lens Creative Team, my trusty sidekick Mr. SLR Nikon, his brother Mr. Pen Pal and myself, we wish you the best.

    Regards,
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  107. Xraypics says:

    Very brave to translate anything from one language to another, but poetry! Well done. I love Finland. Have been to Helsinki once and thought it is a magnificent city with wonderful people. Thanks for liking my blog. Tony.

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  108. AYA NEHME says:

    Thank you for liking my page! Much appreciated

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  109. Thank you so much for taking the time to read my Poetry/Blog. I look forward to reading what you have on your Blog. Sending wishes of peace and bliss to you!

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  110. Capt Jill says:

    Thanks for stopping by my blog, I’m glad you liked it.
    Your poetry is nice.🙂

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  111. Congratulations on reaching 1000 followers. Quite the milestone. Looking through your blog, I can see why. Lovely space here.

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  112. kathyclem says:

    Yellingrosa,
    Congratulations for reaching 1000 followers! You have a very interesting blog. It is a pleasure to visit.
    Thanks so much!

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  113. araanz50 says:

    Obrigada, pela visita carinhosa em meu Blog
    Beijos

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  114. 1000 followers is a hug compliment to YOU. Thanks so much for visiting my blog – really great to visit you here too.

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  115. Hello, I wanted to stop by and thank you for visiting my blog and “liking” one of my post, I really appreciate it. I’ll be checking out your blog as well. Thanks again. ~Steph

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  116. Thanks for your ‘like’ and by so doing, introducing me to your site. Much there for me to enjoy!

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  117. Good evening and thanks for the luv! I’ll be back to read more as soon as I am able.

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  118. triciatallen says:

    Thanks for visiting my blog and all the best with your blog as well. Continue to write. I am sure you are inspiring many people across the world.

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  119. alkaplan says:

    Thanks for visiting my blog. I hope you stop by again soon.

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  120. Rosemarie says:

    Thanks for visiting my blog today. Rosemarie

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  121. Congratulations on reaching the 1000 followers milestone! That’s quite an accomplishment! Thank you for stopping by and reading my blog too! Have a wonderful day! 🙂

    Lisa

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  122. Art Mowle says:

    Many good wishes on your new blog. I will take time to read your story this afternoon. Thank you also for visiting my blog as well. All the best

    Art

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  123. Thank you so much for visiting. I guess I will come back many times! Greetings from Mexico City.

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    • Yelling Rosa says:

      Thank you for being here in return. I like your informative blog. I believe that I will also visit there again. Unfortunately my Spanish is in the baby’s shoes. I do understand written text but the writing it is too high tree for me to climb at least just now. Take care🙂

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  124. Thank you for stopping by my blog! I enjoyed reading some of your posts. I look forward to coming back.

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  125. Hey there! Thanks for stopping by! Nice blog you got here.

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  126. zar4h says:

    Wow that is impressive ! I look forward to reading your poems:)
    Love Zara❤

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  127. Siege says:

    I appreciate that you stopped by my blog. I really like yours!

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  128. Hi thanks for dropping in to subliminalspaces.wordpress.com. Really pleased to discover your blog, fascinated to be connected with so many creative souls around the world. Keep writing🙂

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  129. Hi. Thank you for visiting my blog – I very much appreciate it. You have a lovely one here, I look forward to your work.

    God bless you.

    Jennifer – I Give God All The Glory

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  130. Shari says:

    Thanks so much for recently stopping by my blog. It is interesting reading about you. You are so very talented. What a blessing! Best wishes to you as you share your creativity!

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  131. Tony says:

    Many Thanks for the like at naturestimeline.com, each one is very much appreciated.

    Best Wishes

    Tony

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    • Yelling Rosa says:

      Thank you for your return visit here. I appreciate also each of my visitors. The nature is very dear to me. Luckily I live very close to it here near to the Arctic Circle. It is about 60 miles to the north of my place. All the best for you!

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  132. Patricia Ann says:

    Thank you for visiting my blog, Yelling, thereby introducing me to yours. Like you, I love poetry also and at age 77, am blogging for the first time and also publishing my first book. My grandparents came from Tampere and because of that, Finland is very dear to my heart. Keep up the good work, it is a pleasure to visit your blog.

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    • Yelling Rosa says:

      Thank you for your return call. It is nice to have you here. A man is never too old for the first book.

      It is a large amount of people which have emigrated from Finland during the last two centuries. Wikipedia: Finnish Americans are Americans of Finnish descent, who currently number about 700,000, in USA and Canada.

      I wish you all the best wherever you are and whatever you do!

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  133. StyleBlog'N says:

    Hi Yelling Rosa, thank you so much for visiting my blog!

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  134. Julia says:

    Thanks for stopping by! You have a very interesting blog. 🙂

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  135. besonian says:

    Really interesting blog,Yelling Rosa. And thank you for visiting mine. I haven’t blogged for quite a while now – all my time was taken up writing a novel. But your visit, along with that of another respected blogger, has persuaded me to take it up again – perhaps on a more occasional basis. Very interesting to hear where you live. I live in South London, UK and am on holiday right now in central France. Best wishes to you.

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    • Yelling Rosa says:

      Thank you for the compliment. I like your blog post, South London’s annual riot. I believe that there is time for everything. It would have been very stressful to do two things at the same time: blog and writing, but when you are ready I like to read more blog articles from you. All the best for you and nice holiday.
      YR
      By the way it snowed here today, 3/5-14, which is rare even for us at this time of the year.

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  136. a smile from massimo

    🙂

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  137. karensamenow says:

    I love your site, & passion. It will be nice to get to know you, & learn more about your culture, poetry, & you.

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  138. youngatfifty says:

    That is nice of you to visit my blog and like my post. Thank you🙂 you have a wonderful blog !

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  139. Thanks a lot for visiting my blog.. and for the like on “The moment she let go” !!

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  140. I loved your music even though I did not understand a single word.
    Thank you for visiting my blog. I’m not much of a poet, preferring to write novels; but you never know what you might find posted. That’s the reason it’s called ‘quirky’.
    You had 2 poems I would have loved to reblog, but they were in the group that required your permission.

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    • Yelling Rosa says:

      Thank you for your comment.
      I like your blog. Yes, it is a good thing to keep all doors open.
      Take care

      PS If you are interested in those two poems, I could label them with the bookmarks so you could point at them directly. I do understand if you are not interested in this suggestion because it is far away from reblogging.🙂

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  141. Sonu Duggal says:

    Hi, thank you for stopping by and liking my post.

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  142. Thank you so much for liking my post. I think your blog is really fantastic and I shall most definitely be a follower.
    Kind regards
    Wayne

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  143. SamaraMarie says:

    Thank you for visiting my blog. I look forward to reading more of your work.

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  144. H. Ema says:

    Such a lovely blog. Hugs and kisses

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  145. Ooh, I’m gonna dig around in here and find good stuff for my addled American brain.

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  146. Thank you so much for visiting my blog.
    All the best.

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  147. thank you for the visit to my blog today! Hope your day in Finland is as enjoyable as my day in Canada today!

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    • Yelling Rosa says:

      Thank you for visiting here. Your blog was a pleasant experience for me.
      Now we have a first real warm day here in the Southern Lapland, near the Arctic Circle, only 100 kilometers to north. The temperature is + 24 Celsius, +75 Fahrenheit. The trees are budding.
      Take care😀

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  148. Thanks for popping by my blog today! Am looking forward to discovering yours as well!

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  149. Thank you for taking the time to visit my blog and for liking my post. It is very kind of you.

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  150. I really liked what you wrote about yourself. I imagine it must be very nice to have published books of poetry! I work in physics and published a book on physics in Portuguese. I’m happy because the English version of the book was accepted for publication recently. I also have an only child and he makes poetry, plays guitar, translates poetry from English into Portuguese and is doing his PhD.

    It is interesting that your last name appears to be Portuguese. It is the same surname of my mother: Rosa. And Rosa, of course, it is the flower rose.

    Thank you for having enjoyed one of my blogs (Magical world of Tania ..). If you have time look at my blog where I put my own paintings: ARt_BRAZIL Tania. I love to paint!

    Congratulations on your blog!

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    • Yelling Rosa says:

      Thank you for your comment. I am glad to hear that there is or will be an English version of your book.

      Yelling Rosa is my author name. I adopted the last part of it when I was child. Our family spent a lot of time in Spain where I fell in love with that word. Later when I sang hard and high in the rock band, other musicians started to call me Yelling.

      I enjoyed being on your blog and will happily to see your paintings.

      Thanks for the encouragement.
      Take care

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  151. Candia says:

    Thanks for liking my poem!

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  152. simplyme says:

    Thanks for liking my blog…and yes am pleased to find such a good reading stuff here at ur place.Great job!! Happy blogging!!🙂

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  153. nlmoriyama says:

    “Kittos” for stopping by my blog. Sounds like you have a wonderful balanced life!

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  154. Peggi Liebisch says:

    Thank you so much for liking my new website. It´s an honor!

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  155. Chris Brann says:

    Thanks for dropping by my site.

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  156. Hello! Nice too meet you! Thanks for visiting my blog http://www.fernandamlisboa.wordpress.com !
    Have a nice weekend! Kisses.

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  157. jjspina says:

    Nice to meet you! Thank you for stopping by my blog. Best wishes to you!

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  158. djmrakiey says:

    Thanks for stopping by and leaving your footprints.. you have a very interesting site … look forward to more postings from you.🙂

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  159. Shery Alexander Heinis says:

    Hi Yelling – Thanks for taking the time to visit my blog and liking my poem. Your bio is interesting – Finnish, but obviously with such a fine grasp of English that you are able to write poetry in that language! Kudos to you. I look forward to reading some more of your poetry.

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  160. marjma2014 says:

    Hi. Thank you for visiting my blog and liking my Writer’s journey How did It All Happen post. Looking forward to reading your poetry and writing. All the best.🙂

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  161. Thanks for reading my work…I look forward to doing the same re: yours.

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  162. Ana Jain says:

    Hey thanks for that cntrl end shortcut.🙂 nice to meet you here. thanks for liking my work, I am glad i discovered you that ways. See you around.

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  163. Elaine says:

    Good morning! Thank you so much for visiting my blog! I appreciate it. And I love that link for CTRL end that you shared! That will be used a lot I am sure! Have a wonderful day!

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  164. Thank you for visiting my blog! That has brought me here today! I am following now. I have read through many of your poems – I like the short and to the point writings. They make me think! (My wife likes for me to think!)

    Please stop by my blog again anytime! I will be back here too!

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  165. Julia says:

    Thanks for visiting my blog! I look forward to exploring yours.

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  166. Thanks for following our blog. I hope you enjoy the stories of our journey, both inner and outer.
    Cheers, Alison

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  167. What an impressive blog you have! Thank you for visiting my blog and for liking my post.

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  168. Bear sent me over to see the Finnish artist! I love you art it’s wonderful! 😄

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  169. besonian says:

    Yelling Rosa – thank you for your kind and welcome comment on my blog – it was two or three weeks ago you visited, but I’ve been away during that time. As I think I may have told you some months ago, I’m seriously thinking of taking up my blog actively once more, and comments such as yours are an encouragement. Thank you again. And congratulations on your own blog which is impressive.

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    • Yelling Rosa says:

      Hi,
      Thanks for being here and commenting. Yes, you told me in May that you are about to start blogging again. I’m waiting for it and hoping that we keep on visiting one another. Take care

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  170. vsvevg says:

    Thank you for visiting vsvevg, I enjoyed my time at your blog. paz Abby

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  171. Kim Teamer says:

    Thanks for connecting with the Phone Tree. I am elated that you took the time to check out and like my post today. Many Bessings!

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  172. Carmen says:

    Thanks for your visit, have a great weekend!

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  173. neilirving says:

    Thank you for visiting my blog and liking my post about The Breck http://neilirving73.wordpress.com/2013/07/10/the-breck/

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  174. megdekorne says:

    Your site is so wonderful .. I’m thankful to be connected … I just now listened to your music video ” Through These Years ” sung in your Finnish language and with the story about its meaning , I too could smell the apple trees of my youth from Michigan ….. Your voice is a deep haunting one and brought memories back to me of time ago …. Also , Thankyou for the likes …. So much appreciated … xx

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  175. I appreciate you’re stopping by my blog and signing up to follow. The WWW brings people from so many places around the globe. I’ve been browsing your blog, it’s quite nice.
    Isadora

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  176. lbeth1950 says:

    Thanks for stopping By and liking Nutsrok. So glad to find your blog. I’ve always been fascinated by Lapland. Now I know someone. Can’t wait to explore and know more. Thanks.

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  177. Hello, I like the art on this page. Lovely. (Thanks for visiting my blog.) I will check out your music page when I have time. I love to listen to and learn about music from all around the world.

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  178. Lourdes Delgado Morales says:

    Gracias. Thank you for visiting Desde el Alma para la Vida. Best regards!!🙂

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  179. gageier says:

    Hallo danke für deine Lebensgeschichte wünsche dir einen schönen Donnerstag mit ganz vielen Grüßen Klaus

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    • Yelling Rosa says:

      Hallo Klaus,
      Vielen Dank für den Besuch. Ich wünsche Ihnen Schönes Wochenende.
      PS Ich habe in Köln im Jahr 1960 mit meinen Eltern und Geschwistern gewesen. Ich war acht Jahre alt.

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  180. Thank you for visiting my blog http://www.margohermans.com! I will check yours later on. Kind regards!

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  181. awax1217 says:

    I have read some of your material. It is strange that Finland and the United States are so far apart and yet the thoughts are so much alike. Thank you for reading my blog and I hope you liked it. What is Yelling Rosa. Is it yelling Red? Rosa is a name? Why yelling and not a nod of agreement?
    Are you yelling in the wind?

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    • Yelling Rosa says:

      Thank you for the comment. I felt it home at your blog place. I believe that people are alike all over the world. Knowing that it is a strange why there are so much pain and injustice. Yelling is an English word. I got that nickname when I sang loud and high in the rock band. Have a nice weekend.

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  182. ninamishkin says:

    Thank you, Yelling Rosa, for stopping by and liking one of my posts. Do come again. In the meanwhile, I look forward to exploring the English-language part of your blog.

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  183. drjones890 says:

    Thank you for liking my Thank You Tuesday post Yelling Rosa! I’ve read over your about page and definitely respect that you have an awards free blog. I always like to see artists who say that they don’t want any awards and are content with the continued loyalty of their readers. I wonder what’s the psychology behind it though. I never quite understood it. I suppose since I’m not a published author I haven’t had any level of satisfaction when it comes to something concrete and finite that I can touch and feel and call an achievement I’ve obtained via my writing. Alas, I digress… if you would like to make it to my next Thank You Tuesday post then be sure to follow my blog and I’ll put a nice link back to yours on this upcoming Tuesday Post!

    Thanks again!

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  184. Julia says:

    Thank you for stopping by my blog!

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  185. Rekha says:

    Thanks for liking my post. Happy New Year to you and your loved ones.

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  186. Steve says:

    Thank you for visiting my blog🙂 I really appreciate it. I only have one bit of poetry up at the moment: http://sjp.id.au/poetry/sun-sets/

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  187. Emy Will says:

    Hi. Thanks for visiting my blog, Fur Out the CLoset. That shows that you are a person with compassion🙂

    All the best,
    Emy

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  188. sheldonk2014 says:

    Thank you for visiting,and liking my poem seeing red I will be back from time to time
    Sheldon

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  189. Style-Lee says:

    Hey Yelling, thanks so much for dropping by my blog and for liking my post.

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  190. Corja says:

    Thank you for visiting my blog. I like yours!

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  191. Your cover photo is very cool. Cheers —

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  192. sweetarchive says:

    Hi, Yelling Rosa! Thank for so much for visiting my blog and liking my posts. I think your blog looks great and the name you chose for it is even better!🙂

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  193. mfbukhari says:

    Hi, I have just visit your recited poems section and really like it. Thank you for such nice poetry🙂

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  194. Jackie says:

    Thanks so much for visiting my blog! I appreciate it very much.🙂

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  195. lightwalker1 says:

    Thank you for taking the time to stop by and like my posts. I have enjoyed my visit and will be back again to learn more about you, your poetry, and your artwork. Kindest Regards

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  196. Goodmorning Yelling. I like your website. It’s amazing. Have a good day.

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  197. Gracias por visitar mi blog. Siempre me parece increíble que haya gente interesada en las palabras que escribo. Me han encantado tus fotografías y lo digo sinceramente. Me gustaría mucho comentar en tu blog, pero no se si lo puedo hacer en español. Si lo tengo que hacer en inglés, dímelo e intentaré hacer lo que pueda. No se me da muy bien pero pondría empeño.
    Un saludo desde Madrid.

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  198. thegreyeye says:

    wow, that is so cool. I love Lapland, I have been to Kiruna and Jukkasjervi, but I was not able to visit Finland. But I definitely want to go there, I may go there to study.🙂 And I will learn Finnish and read rest of your poems🙂

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  199. curtisbausse says:

    Thanks for visiting – you have some very interesting material here. Btw, I knew all Finns speak English but I’m impressed to see you speak Spanish too!

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    • Yelling Rosa says:

      Thank you for visiting here and commenting. I found your blog interesting as well.
      I can’t say that I speak Spanish. I do understand it and can write it quite fair but never really learnt to pronounce it.
      Take care

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  200. Your blog continues to fascinate me. Very smart. Well done!

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  201. Thank you for dropping by Malcolm’s Corner and liking ‘The Atheist’s Soul’.

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  202. nadusonne says:

    I loved visiting your blog. All the best for you. Looking forward for New poems at your side. Greetings from germany. Nadin

    http://Www.bookwannabe.com

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  203. Hi there! I just wanted to say that you have an incredible blog, and that I find your content insightful, refreshing, and apt!

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  204. La Potosina says:

    Greetings Yelling Rosa, interesting to find a poet from Finland! Thank you for checking out my travel blog and reading it, hope you enjoyed it as much I did yours!

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  205. drstoica says:

    Very interesting blog, Yelling! It’s like a journey! Thank you!

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  206. Thank you so much for visit my blog.
    I liked your blog.
    Best wishes

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  207. Bora Tinsley says:

    Wonderful blog!🙂

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  208. Helga Bolleter says:

    Thank you for stopping by at my blog, I look forward to get acquainted with yours.

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  209. Lori M-I says:

    Hello from Canada and thank you for visiting my blog =)

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  210. Greetings from Brooklyn, NY! Thank you for visiting “Through the Byzantine Gate.” I hope you will come again. Good luck with your publishing!

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  211. jwuollife says:

    Thank you for visiting, Sorry for my late acknowledgement🙂

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  212. Waaaaaw!!! Here is United Nations Of Poetry! Hello Mister Yelling! Some time ago, I remarked a few “likes” on my poetry blog, that coming from Finland. At first, I thought it was just a fluke, because I did not think, that there may be a connection between a poem written in Romanian and a reader from Finland (the differences between the family of Latin languages and the family of Finno-Ugric languages, are very big; not even Google Translate, can not compensate these differences)?! Then I thought that “likes”, are for graphics?! Today I had the curiosity to see where and why, coming these “likes”. Now I found out that these “likes”, coming from one “Institution Of Poetry”. You are a real “Institution Of Poetry”, Mister Yelling! Your appreciation (whatever are their motivation), ennobles my poetry blog and for that, I thank you Mister Yelling! Warm greetings from Romania!

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    • Yelling Rosa says:

      Thank you for commenting. I do translate Romanian into English using my own translator. Then there is much less mistakes than when translated from Romanian into Finnish. So let’s be in touch in future.
      Take care
      yr

      PS Ego linguam Latinam etiam exploro. Hoc cum linguis auxiliat. => Am explora, de asemenea limba latină. Aceasta, împreună cu limbi auxiliare.

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  213. M. S. Costa says:

    Thank you for visiting my blog. What a good surprise to get to know yours! : )

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  214. I thank You for Your kind “like”🙂
    Grazie!🙂

    Post scriptum: I read your post “Paola legit linguam latinam”, its’ a great idea, I like Your sketch latin and english translation🙂
    I think also that’s OK speak Latin with Italian to day’s accent, but it’s necessary to have an Italian mouth (accent).
    This is not easy for a foreigner.
    (My English is not good, I’m sorry)

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    • Yelling Rosa says:

      Hi Guido,
      Liking your blog was my pleasure.
      Paola is a digital human voice that uses Italian accent. Of course, it is not the same thing than a real human voice. Perhaps, I am going to find someone who reads my poems in Latin if I ever write them. Have you recited poems or do you know any Italian who has.
      Your English is perfectly well.
      Have a nice week which is just behind the corner.
      yr

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      • I never recited poems, it’s hard for me reading my books too!🙂 I always miss this experience! Do You know a cat and the water?
        But my wife recites theatre, it’s her hobby, it’s not professional. I told her your wish, my wife replies to me ok.
        We may try, I’m not sure about the results, the reason why technical process recording and shipment.
        You are running a great risk!!!!🙂
        Lucky week, Rosa!

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      • Yelling Rosa says:

        Thanks Guido,
        Yes, if I ever try to write in Latin, we can see what it will bring to us.
        Take care

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  215. Hi, thank you for stopping by at my blog lynnesrecipetrails.com and for the ‘like’ on my Double Noodle, Tofu and Vegetable Stir Fry. Your ‘like’ has led me to your interesting site, and I look forward to going through it. Take Care

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  216. What a great blog. I love your work.

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  217. Kristy Rhine says:

    Thanks for the🙂 on my blog. I really enjoyed checking out your website. Your poems are very moving and deep! Thanks for sharing those with all of us.

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  218. Kim Sweeting says:

    Thanks for stopping by “Unwalled”…I’m happy that my post on the 2016 Light Challenge blessed you in some way…..feel free to visit again and may 2016 be a healthy, happy, prosperous and purposeful year for you….Shalom, Kim

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  219. coachjerry says:

    Thanks for reading my post, “The Truth About Core Beliefs” on 80Insights.com. I’m glad you liked it and hope you’ll stop by often and share your viewpoint on my posts.
    Jerry

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  220. Lulu says:

    Hi! Thank you for visiting my blog and liking my post. Your poetry is very thought provoking.

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  221. Rashminotes says:

    Great blog; very interesting too. Look forward to reading your posts.
    Thanks a ton for stopping by mine!

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  222. Khaya Ronkainen says:

    Hi Yelling Rosa! Very impressive blog you have here. I resonate with your poetry. And your translation? Accomplished. It’s such a pleasure to meet someone local from this vast blog sphere, so thank you so much for the checking out my blog. I will be catching up on more of your posts in due course. Moro!

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  223. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I am so fortunate to have found yours. You work is beyond amazing. Consider me a loyal follower now!

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  224. Hi, thanks for visiting my page. Just i am interested. Do you speak German too? Compliments for your page and your way of writing. Wonderful regards to Finland.

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    • Yelling Rosa says:

      Hi,
      And thank you for visiting here. I am happy that you liked it here. I also enjoyed my stay on your blog. I cannot speak German but I do understand what I read in German quite well because I can also Swedish which is nearest to German after Dutch. Take care😉
      YR

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  225. sherazade says:


    Thank you so much for spending your time on my posts!
    Shera

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  226. Thank you for your recent visit to my blog! I live in Southeastern Wisconsin in the countryside. Your blog is wonderful and I am looking forward to visiting more of it and to listen to your music! It is wonderful that you can play the guitar! You have many gifts!

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  227. kethuprofumo says:

    Thank You for visiting my blog! You have the great one as well! Good luck and inspiration in Your creativity!

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  228. Wow, what a beautiful compilation of creativity! Thank you for visiting my blog and for making me aware of your presence here. ❤ Blessings…. I'm going to follow your blog.

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  229. mliae says:

    Moi! Se on ihana tavat toisen Suomalaiset blogospheressa🙂 Olen nyt seurataan😀

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  230. chattykerry says:

    Thank you for visiting Chatty Kerry. Since childhood I have been fascinated by Lapland. Are you Sami? I have 1% Scandinavian DNA but many others including Native American.

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  231. Thank you for visiting my blog. Best regards from Italy and… Congratulations for all your work!

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  232. I don’t know if you are reading these words. I’ve alread tried to write in other posts but I can’t. Specially your poems are very beautiful, also the others post. Your blog is excellent. Bye

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  233. Hira says:

    Wow , You are from Lapland , Home of Santa clause. I have heard it is a wonderful place , Finland is close to my heart as I have made some good friends there. Kiitos for visiting my blog. Though am not very big fan of poems , but I love stories and now I will head to read some. Thanks again🙂

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    • Yelling Rosa says:

      Hi,
      Thanks for being here in turn.
      It’s raining in Lapland now, at least here in the southern part of it.
      A good time for stories but the rooster doesn’t crow by demanding.
      Kaikkea hyvää sinulle =>
      All the best to you.

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  234. Luckyfree says:

    Wow how beautiful Lapland. Greetings from Germany to you. I look forward to read here. 😊 Luckyfree

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  235. Thanks for the Like, Rosa. So glad to find someone else who is interested in Latin. I look forward to your next epigram.

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  236. Anabel Marsh says:

    Thanks for visiting The Glasgow Gallivanter!

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  237. Renee Espriu says:

    Nice meeting someone from Finland. I, too, am 64 yrs old. I have five adult children, 13 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. I see you visited from Rick Daddario’s site and thank you. I do not know your language but would like to see what you have in English. So far, I like what I see.🙂

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  238. Glad you liked my post. It’s sad to think of a poet’s manuscript poem being shut away. Let’s hope they find another solution.

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  239. Great site! Many thanks for stopping by and following my Travel and Photography blog: https://imageearthtravel.com/

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  240. pflanzwas says:

    Thank you for following ! Nice, interesting and versatile blog you got ! Have a nice – and hopefully sunny – weekend up in the far north🙂

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