Hold this lightly as we meet each other... a modern translation of a 14th century poem by Sufi poet, Hafiz. Admit something: Everyone you see, you say to them “Love Me” Of course you do not do this out loud, otherwise someone would call the cops. Still, though, think about this, this great pull… Continue reading Admit something – a poem
This haiku is a contribution to Ronovan's Haiku Challenge #203. This week's prompt words are home and free. If you are interested in participating, go to RonovanWrites and check out his weekly challenge published every Monday - it comes with "how-to" if you are new to writing haiku. Challenge yourself! 🙂 To the bosom you'll return, home… Continue reading Home #Haiku 203
As mind battles heart for dominance its quest, Reason cannot defeat the love residing within. ~ FlorenceT Sometimes as words come to me, so does music. Oddly, this song pops up as I am creating this post, so here it is - a sweet simple song. Enjoy! © 2018 FlorenceT… Continue reading Certainty, a poem
Ah, how many of us can say, "I did"... ~ FlorenceT © 2018 FlorenceT Copyright reserved. The author asserts her moral and legal rights over this work.
Connecting three dots... so bear with me. 1. Late last night, a friend thought I might enjoy Sue Vincent's writing prompt revolving around this picture...in less than 100 words. At the time I was inspired to write of a cosy space, filled with what I love... books. But it was late then... 2. But this… Continue reading The room within
In Chinese culture, the elegant crane symbolises longevity and wisdom. Its white plumage as a sign of purity; its red cap a sign of vitality, red being the element of fire. I thought an image of the crane appropriate for a quote on Love - longevity, wisdom, purity and vitality. Don't you? 🙂 - FlorenceT… Continue reading Being loved & loving