A woman speaks… camera scripta, camera picta… a room…
“Poetry is what happens when nothing else can.”
What a wonderful quote!
Thank you! …a wonderful writter…
And what a striking photograph to go with the quote. So many things are being ‘said’ in this image.
Thank you so much,Tish – for your kind comment!
…and welcome to my little room…
There is so much peace and hope in this portrait, a strand of light, a silent pause of poetry, a beauty touched, a life that’s loved…
Thank you so much, Eric – from the bottom of my heart!!
Bottoms of hearts are wells indeed,
pools of nectar for every need…
how perfectly realized this is . . . soft happy sighing
Thank you so much, Liana!
without the rustle
to hear the rhythm of own breath
in the stillness
to the light
I am charmed by the picture and the words
…Dear Agnes, the volcano!! Many, many thanks for your words… (…smiling and smiling…)
He was absolutely right…. wise words from Charles Bukowski
And a fantastic self portrait, my friend… Lovely light and lots of feelings!
Thank you so much, dear Malin! Love Bukowski words…
This was in my bed, in the morning when I open the windows…I felt like a child, discovering all the lights in the room…
(…smiling for you…)
Oh, I know the feeling, Kari. … exploring everything like a child. Keep on doing that, I will do that for the rest of my life. :))
Smiling back at you!
…oh, I hope I never lose it too…
(…smiling again, and again…)
You won’t. I’m pretty sure about that…
…if you are sure…I will be secure…hahaha…
exactly, it does.
Thank you, so much!! – I believe in that!…
Have a lovely night!
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Inspired by poetry, art, life, imperfections, music, nature, dreams and antiques.
Believes that things should not be in small drawers inside large closets.
As we live our lives forwards, but understand them backwards (as Kierkegaard says).
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