Posted on May 30, 2014
on the taste
of the infinite
I can’t tell apart
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This was stunning.you are so talented in poetry.try other things in poems also like god,beaches,rain etc.god bless 🙂
beautifully described…lucky are those lose themselves in each other as well as in eternity.
Lovely picture to a lovely photo 🙂
Once again your words have managed to echo the thoughts of an aching soul cherishing it’s connection with the beloved. Simple divine. Love it.
I knew you’d like this if you read it 🙂 Thank you so much Sean, appreciate your kind feedback always! Stay blessed x
Daniel! Thank you 🙂 Its been a while since I’ve seen you around, my friend..I hope and pray things are well?
Hiya. Yeah, I’ve been working hard on getting my novel published (on paper this time). Finally all done! Will make an announcement in a couple of days.
Thats wonderful! I am really happy for you. Definitely let me know..will look forward 🙂 Wishing you a lovely weekend!
Thank you Lor, appreciate it 🙂 xx
The turning of the birds, echoed in the clouds beyond, that is carried by the image is glorious. You have found a most delightful pairing of words and image! They stand like a doorway.
Michael, what an astounding observation! I have to admit, I subconsciously picked this image but when I saw through your eyes..it totally makes sense..thank you 🙂 Appreciate you here and your valuable feedback.
My best wishes and much love!
Thank you Michelle, I pray you’re doing well and enjoying a lovely evening 🙂
Many thanks David 🙂 Much love!
Welcome back, Himani! Lovely combo of words and image in unison. A relish for us readers. 🙂
It warms my heart to know that dear Simon. Thank you so much. I treasure readers like you. And happy to hear that you liked my humbled words. I pray all is well 🙂
Many thanks dear Leyla 🙂 ❤
You are ebb
I am flow
You for me
I for you
This was written in haste? nahh I dont believe that 🙂 So beautiful AB! Absolutely loved it! I should make a separate section of your poetry here..can’t afford to lose it in the comments! I hope and pray you’re enjoying a lovely weekend 🙂
HB, indeed I am having a great weekend, it is really generous of you to say such beautiful words for my humble offerings, your poems really are amazing I merely respond to your thoughts. You have a wonderful weekend too. Kindest regards, AB
Drunk on the kiss that annihilates them, ever open to the divine that flings their unified being ever deeper and higher into the clarity of dawn.
Missed reading your words…
Many thanks for sharing those beautiful words, Pierre 🙂 Humbled to hear that my words were missed. Thank you for being here xx
Oh, this is so very very gorgeous!! 🙂 And I am so happy to be reading your poetry again!!! 🙂 Thank you for posting this!! 🙂
Line!!!! How are you my beautiful friend? How are the adventures treating you? 🙂 Thank you so much! Your presence has a butterfly essence to it..magical and graceful, always! I pray you’re doing well and taking lots of pictures. I havent been around WordPress much lately but I’ll look forward to catching up with your wonderful posts 🙂 Much love!
Oh, this is so very beautiful, depicting, as it does, the blurry edges between self and other.
The accompanying art is wonderful.
Thank you for this!
All good wishes,
Thank you dear Robert 🙂 I pray you’re doing well and enjoying warm summer days! Truly appreciate your wishes, support and you here. Sending my best wishes, stay blessed 🙂
eternal bliss 🙂
Indeed Brad 😉 Thank you for being here, I hope and pray you’re doing well!
Yes, life is mostly good. and tomorrow’s my birthday! 🙂
Thank you Neha ❤
We often wonder this, don’t we? words so deep to heart 🙂
Many thanks Andy, happy to see you dropped by 🙂 My best wishes!
You’re most welcome and thank you again for following me 🙂 have a great weekend ahead!
Thank you 🙂 Much love!
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