by TETIANA ALEKSINA
© All rights reserved 2015
LOL! Sorry, guys!
Code is poetry
Just a foolish style.LESS poem-compilation
Just a hard day’s night…
Erm… hullo there. (This is rather awkward…)
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Now my last photo looks slightly gruff, but I wanted something like this. This shot was really good, without unnecessary guff. A hot summer day. An empty dusty road. A ramshackle road sign. A lonely cyclist under the scorching sun.
I am smoking and twisting a leaflet in my hands. I found it near my door this morning.
Young Rewired Wave – Festival of esoteric and nefarious programming languages, San Antonio Fall 2014
I am pressing pedals…
I refused the car and now I feel like a coot. I am not a glamper. I prefer to use the achievements of civilization. And now I will be more careful with the term “an adjacent town”. And also, I prefer to use cutlery when I eat.
So, when I noticed a small, shabby looking bar I was very glad. By the way, it looked quite picturesque and I made some photos for my diary. The old door was wonky and needed lubricant. But inside the bar was cute. I ordered enchiladas and beer.
I am waiting for my beer and absently reading leaflets on the table.
Young Rewired Wave – Festival of esoteric and nefarious programming languages, San Antonio Fall 2014 (to be continued)
by TETIANA ALEKSINA
© All rights reserved 2014