Tag Archives: Music

duets with other poets – Simona

Note:  Simona is presently a regular follower of my blog.  I make a habit of visiting the blogs my readers.  The photography at her beautiful blog is sensual without being pornographic and her gorgeous prose borders on poetry.  Upon submerging … Continue reading

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new threads in the tapestry – madeleine peyroux (the dutch mirror)

(no cash promotion here!  dafree merely adores here art!) this mute troubadour (pour madeleine peyroux)  http://madeleinepeyroux.com/ “Quand le soleil décline à l’horizon, le moindre caillou fait une grande ombre et se croit quelque chose.’  -Victor Hugo. oh my mad we have … Continue reading

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duets with other poets – himani b

winged flight  (to the Muse of muses and her shadows) It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye. ~ Antoine de Saint Exupéry Gustav Moreau my soul show unto … Continue reading

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new thread in this tapestry – second poem

of winter tulips (à ma muse polonaise, ania helwing)   “If music be the food of love, play on; Give me excess of it, that, surfeiting, The appetite may sicken, and so die.” -Shakespeare   since your golden thirst first … Continue reading

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gully good synergy – La chanson des vieux amants

(english translation below) La chanson des vieux amants by Jacques Brel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H1DpjXQUDsI La chanson des vieux amants Bien sûr, nous eûmes des orages Vingt ans d´amour, c´est l´amour fol Mille fois tu pris ton bagage Mille fois je pris mon … Continue reading

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duets with other poets – melindafoshat

The Jagged Edge “The many become one and are increased by one.” -Whitehead   The jagged edge you are sketched in lines Straddle along the boundary where nothingness remains permanent Of right and wrong when you step beyond the comfortable … Continue reading

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