Creative Writing and unfinished business…
October 27, 2014 § 10 Comments
a chopin nocturne
Tagged: chopin, creative writing, haiku, poetry, Rome
Moving, very moving! Like a morning sonata… merci Rachael pour ce moment de grâce… xxoo
Merci, Frederic. I suddenly wanted to be in Rome… xxx
Gorgeous combination Rachael…..dreams of Italy 🙂
Thank you 🙂 I really liked the photo, and am so grateful to the anonymous photographer for adding inspiration and beauty to the words. x
I love the way you combine just the right words with the images. IT may be Italy, but it’s reminding me of England. My friend in Ipswich used to own a company called Lamplight Software and those pictures remind me of his logo. He changed the name because someone else had rights, or wanted it or something, but I still remember it. I’m going to send him here in a few minutes.
Thanks, Dan. The architecture is very southern European/Mediterranean, and maybe southern England too.To me, it hints of lazy days as a travelling student, and of being in love. It also reminds me of a special light, and of an indefinable but pleasant smell.
Yes memories, memories. I like that very much.
Thank you, David. As you say: memories, memories.
Agree with your other fans: grace, discernment, gorgeousness, elegance…you and your work. Thank you. xoxo
Aww 🙂 My fan mail!!! Today I transported myself away from my beloved riverbank and into an elegant and beautiful city overflowing with wonderful art and archaeology. Feels good. Glad you came too… ❤
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