Greece is suffering through the coldest winter in years & as testimony to this, take a look at this photo & the haiku in Mycenaean Greek, archaic ancient Greek, English & French:
The photo was taken by Rita Roberts of Haghia Triada. That much snow almost never accumulates on mountains in Crete. A lovely photo of Kalo Horio Mountain, and a neat little haiku based on it.
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WOW The birds on the church roof are suffering too. As are other animals here. Even my dog Koko wants to stay in the house curled up nice and snug. Thanks Richard.
P.S. This is Cathro mountain Richard. Its the village which is Kalo Horio.
Oh. THank you. Well, anyway, we get the idea!
I’ll bet! All those GREEK animals, sheep and the like, poor little buggers!
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