Sometimes all you can do

Sometimes all you can do Is take a deep breath Look up to the moon And accept the inevitability Of the passing of love Sometimes all you can do Is look back to the life As the stars shine on And see the beauty there is In moments of bliss Sometimes all you can do... Continue Reading →


Romance is not love

Love is romantic. Each person in a relationship of real love is both giver and recipient. As Lao Tzu said, to love deeply gives one courage, the courage to be and the courage to do what she desires. And the knowledge of being loved deeply gives one strength to be vulnerable. It is in this... Continue Reading →

Love is love

Love is love, don't you think? Does it matter the occupation, the socio-economic background, the gender, the race, the culture, the nationality, the age, the abilities... We love because we do, and we are loved just because. Some have a tendency to overthink, to intellectualize what is deeply emotional.  I wrote about labels we in... Continue Reading →

Silver Threading's Writer's Quote Wednesday  Guided by Silver Threading's quote about the self of a writer, this one by Rainer Maria Rilke (an Austrian poet and novelist) caught my eye... and my heart and soul. Solitude, something which I need and long for.  Without it, I suffocate.  I need my escape to a world of... Continue Reading →

Writer’s Quote Wednesday – “Let your words live on”

Silver Threading's Writer's Quote Wednesday  My, my, my Let your bright light shine Let your words live on Far beyond this life Beyond this life Now, doesn't that remind you of writing...?  This is the chorus from Matchbox 20's song, "My, My, My".  This is most likely my favourite song of theirs, because it reminds... Continue Reading →

Writer’s Quote Wednesday – T S Eliot

Silver Threading's Writer's Quote Wednesday - T S Eliot   Poetry may make us from time to time a little more aware of the deeper, unnamed feelings which form the substratum of our being, to which we rarely penetrate; for our lives are mostly a constant evasion of ourselves.                                                                        T. S. Eliot   -... Continue Reading →

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