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Beautiful....both the picture and the poem!!
beautiful poem :)
It's melodious Rose. "Or an autumn spun wind" - takes me away, great line.The you of your thinking is a fortunate person to be so written of.
beautiful.I was photographing hydrangaes yesterday, too!
Well Rose, what a splendid name, whether or not it's yours, it's the name I've given to one of my daughters. Your poem here is resonant and uplifting. I'm here through the unknown gnome and Dave. I'm from Australia. Pleased to meet you.
I don't know exactly what context you had written this poem... but the references of autumn, and the feel, the touch in the air, it all only reminded me of the fact that Durga Pujo is just around the corner! It's a five day annual celebration for us... think of it like five days of christmas for every Bengali in this world!Thanks for sharing this...Cheers,Arnab MajumdarSribbleFest.com
I love the mixing of nature and love in this beautiful poem. It touches the heart as delicately as an Angel:)
Alice Lynn Alfred,Welcome and thank you :)
A Lady's Life,Welcome and thank you for your visit.
Tug,Thank you and yes if indeed they knew:)
Rachel,Thank you. What a coincidence!
Elizabeth,Thank you and welcome to my blog! A rose by any other name is still a rose!
AM,Wonderful - A colourful festival I hope to see photos on your blog soon.
Ygraine,Yes, the wind against the skin is very sensual!
There are a few pictures of the Durga idol that have been uploaded already on the site - check it out at http://scribblefest.com/2011/09/12/473/I'll surely upload more pics as well :)
What's the difference?
Daniel,I don't know, do you? :D
Difference? There is none:)
AM,Will so check it out :)
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