A poem for Daniel Miller or Richard Armitage


~ by Servetus on September 10, 2016.

32 Responses to “A poem for Daniel Miller or Richard Armitage”

  1. Guten Morgen 😀

    • Guten morgen! 🙂 There’s a Star Trek marathon on BBC America. Although I am getting very, very sleepy.

      • Bei dir ist Mitternacht?

        • 12:14 a.m. I’m hoping to last till 2, but I may not manage it.

          • Puh, das ist eine echte Herausforderung je nachdem, wie der Tag so gelaufen ist. Also du bist ein Trekkie?

            • Yeah. Since I was a kid. Not enough to go to a convention or cosplay or wear Spock ears for fun or anything, but I’ve always love the show and will watch it whenever it’s on. Recently it occurred to me that I could make a plan to watch all the episodes in order. I was procrastinating from emptying out a closet in the basement …

              It’s the 50th anniversary of the first broadcast, so a lot of channels are showing the original episodes this weekend.

              • Die brachten kürzlich im Radio, wieviel Lebenszeit man mit dem Schauen des kompletten Filmmaterials der letzten 50 Jahre man “vergeuden” kann. Sehr beeindruckend. Ich erinnere mich, dass es in meiner Kindheit lief und hatte einen total begeisterten Schulfreund, der das mit Wonne nachspielte.
                Ich selbst habe den Zugang nie gefunden. Mich hat dann Konkurrenz von Star Wars mit 16 voll erwischt. Eigentlich hat mich Harrison Ford erwischt 😂

                • Plus all the TV that’s being produced right now. And I have so many 19th century French novels to catch up on. Plus all of the world literature I’ve never even thought of yet …

                  I tried to watch it once in Germany, but I’m too connected to the voices of the original actors.

                  • Ich weiß, das Thema Synchronisation ist der absolute Killer für Leute, die nicht aus D kommen.

                    • It is. Although Keanu Reeves’ Synchronstimme is a better actor than he is, IMO. You’d think that would apply to this show insofar as Nimoy is the only one who can really act — but I had been listening to those voices for 20 years by the time I got to Germany.

  2. Reblogged this on gpg44blog.

  3. love it ,Purrfectly put x

  4. Well done SueBC!! You put my thoughts perfectly into rhyme! I think he looks extra gorgeous in BS. I particularly liked the buttons! 😉

  5. Thanks for posting this Servetus! I was inspired by the pic.

  6. I’m not objecting but was there any reason plot wise for the shower scene?

  7. Love the photo and poem. Thanks for posting this.

  8. If we were all teenagers, can you imagine the sales of that picture with Sue’s poem in poster form? lol

  9. Just lovely!

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