El beduino sonriente / The smiling Bedouin


The Cool Muse / La Musa Molona

El beduino sonriente / The smiling Bedouin El beduino sonriente / The smiling Bedouin

Mira qué contento anda este simpático señor… Tan feliz con su desierto, sus dromedarios y sus cosas de beduino. Si es que, a veces, para ser feliz sólo hacen falta nueve millones y pico de km2 de desierto.

In English, please:

See how glad this charming man is… So happy with his desert, dromedaries and other bedouin’s stuff. Sometimes, all you need for being happy is just a small piece of desert (over nine millions squared kilometers).

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About Jonathan Caswell

Mr. Caswell has been composing poetry at least since High School. He has been on WORD PRESS for ten years and contributes to two other blogs beside this one. This blog has a Christian emphasis but all bloggers are welcome. Mr. Caswell chooses to---with permission--re[post material of interest

4 thoughts on “El beduino sonriente / The smiling Bedouin

  1. Mus

    Wow! Thank you for reblogging! I will try to improve the quality of my work so as to honor your web.

    Keep up the good work and have a grrrrrrrreat week!


    1. Jonathan Caswell Post author

      Improve???? What???? Your artistry is warm, feeling and cultivating of character. Don’t mess it up now!!!! 😀 Keep it the way it is. I sketched at one time….but now the hands shake…and a keyboard is a whole lot more forgiving—and correctable—than a sketch pad or canvas….altho’ I am transposing letters, that is correctable!


      1. Mus

        Thank you for your kind words. I hope you’ll be able to sketch again soon, but meanwhile, keep writing and go on with your great blog.

        Best wishes from Spain. And a big hug.


  2. Jonathan Caswell Post author

    Thank you for your kind words…but the hand shaking is apparently hereditary (my Dad began this at about the same age as I am). But…we’ll keep doing the best we can! And greetings from the currently sweltering foothills of Central Massachusetts…in the U.S. of A.



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