Posted by bardonthewire
The rain falls pouring
down on a summer terrace;
I smell my freedom
Posted on April 1, 2005, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.
it sounds nice – but i didnt understand 😦
Just what vijucat says below – “that is how it feels when you breathe in the smell of the earth after in rains!!”.
It rained in blr on Friday after a particularly hot spell. And that was just a passing feeling. More a context thing, really…
“I smell my freedom”
Ok, I don’t know how to describe this, but it’s just awesome(a very loose word I use!).
Thank you! 🙂
that is how it feels when you breathe in the smell of the earth after in rains!!
Exactly. Just the feeling.
petrichor – ummmm..smells good.
Petrichor? eh? Me no comprehend.
here you go,my friend.
ah, gracias! I didn’t know that, but what I do know now is that “colitas” does not mean “petrichor”. There was this fraud quiz question that used to circulate when I was in college – “what does the word “colitas” in the Eagles Anthem Hotel California mean? And the answer was “sweet smell of earth after it’s rained”. Of course, nobody had a way of verifying in those pre-google days. Someone once commented on my blog about what it actually meant, but I forget now. Anyways…an old memory 🙂
Colitas = small ‘cola’s, the tips of the (something I forget here) which have the strongest dose of the stuff that gives you the high.
i dont quite remember this fundaa – but it is probably a reference to marijuana. Colas is probably a desert plant as you have rightly pointed out.
yeah, i think you are right…a desert plant that gives a high is what that fellow had posted too, if I remember right.
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