two by two creatures entered.
Empty silence fills the air and wounds her soul deeply.
I realised life was precious when told I'd actually died.
no desire and no hope. she's letting go now.....
the cool winds materialize apace.
Lord of Beginnings, Remover of Obstacles, Wisdom Personified : Shree Ganesha.Note:-http://www.kidsgen.com/fables_and_fairytales/indian_mythology_stories/around_the_universe.htm
filled with sensuality, awakening passion...
but what's life without risk?
even know anything about him.
Amused, she smiled impishly when he called her "Devil Woman!"
always loved, always safe..
You make me smile, plain and simple, end of story.
His captivating easy smile
Fumbled with her train of thought..
Walking through Hell,
She found her coveted piece of Heaven.
Once it's questioned...can things ever be the same again?
Let us all pitch in before the Earth goes Poof.
Releasing what is useless in my life with no regret
enchanted by his softly whispered words
Poorly treated farm dog now has loving home with me.
Love is surrendering the power to hurt us to another.
She hid her wounds behind her smile and forged ahead
silently awaiting the messenger.
and suddenly everything has changed.
without end, air assault.
It's there...following your every move
Catch the elusive wave
. . all they have is money.
I'm part belle dame sans merci, part damsel in distress.
The echo of your fingertips lingers softly on my skin.
Eleanor Roosevelt entered the library. Her hair swayed; she sauntered.
She walked past the librarians and the many other patrons.
Franklin was sitting at a table. He glanced upward, stalwartly.
FDR was reading a...
shades of gray, a vaunted author.
exciting me without fail.
she suddenly realized that everything had changed.
moments -- fearful thoughts return.
Memories of mortar fire resonate -- It was 75 years ago.
Radio Warsaw, all day the Chopin Polonaise, blaring -- repeating endlessly.
Even now, so many years later, my heart races -- agony.
The quiet in her mind slowly drives her to madness.
"I don't believe in feminism, but I believe in equality."