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Saturday, March 31, 2012

Wind-Whisper






Wind-Whisper


In the floating of the unseen sinewed string - Wind-Whisper  on point of gentle fingertip leans to pet the shimmering shape hovering beneath the shine of sunrise - and there at the joined juncture of a frantic fervent wish-pack, the smell of frangipani lights the air, filling the would-be-child with the taste of possibility as she falls, fully formed, to paw through the soft air, tumbling celestial-joy-tickled-trick, onto the verdant green of her first born day. 








Thank you Richard Walker for  the words that revealed Wind-Whisper

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    1. Oh my Viv! You've made my evening magical with your comment. Thank you!

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  2. I'm loving "the smell of frangipani lights the air..." beautiful write, Pearl.

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    1. Oh Brenda - Thank you so much for your comment. Delightful to return home after a day away and find your words waiting for me. Once again, I must say that the "wordle words" opened a different form of surrealistic writing to me - which I eagerly look forward to each week. Thank you !

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  3. It must be spring fever... Lovely. :)

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  4. Pearl, I love "wish-pack" and "the taste of possibility". Your words in this one reminded me of Emily Dickinson.

    Richard

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    1. Oh my !!! Reminiscent of "Emily D.???" well that is a comment I will save for... mhmm well simply for-ever! Thank you! :) Was that a fly that just buzzed by?

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  5. Pearl, I love "wish-pack" and "the taste of possibility". Your words this week reminded me of Emily Dickinson.

    Richard

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  6. Pearl, I love "wish-pack" and "the taste of possibility". I like the density of your language in this one.

    Richard

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  7. Pearl, I love "wish-pack" and "the taste of possibility"; I like the density of your language in this one.

    Richard

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    1. Oh Richard - So much appreciated ... I am especially delighted that you enjoyed that which your words prompted.... Thank you!

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  8. Beautiful images here, Pearl. Nicely wordled.

    Pamela

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    1. Thanks Pamela for stopping by and for the lovely comment. Have been away all day and did not get to read today but will!

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  9. Incredible. I agree with vivinfrance, poetic magic.

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    1. WOW Cheryl! Thank you so very much ... I am floating on your comment. You might have seen me waving as I passed by your window :)

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    1. Thank you for stopping by and for your lovely "lovely" comment. (one of my truly favorite words). :)

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  11. So ethereal and magical, Pearl. Wonderful write.

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    1. Aw Traci - Thank you so very much .. ethereal, magical... wow! So much appreciated :)

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  12. oh wait -- were there wordle words in there? A lot to like, several images, the alliteration, the feel... good stuff

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    1. Yep - them's all thar.... Thanks Mark - much appreciated :)

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  13. I think of the movie, I think it is called 'Contact' where the scientist 'time-travels' to see the beginning of creation. Well at least that's what I saw in from the movie. I think the book ended a tad differently. But just the same I enjoy the reality as well as sci/fi quality of this piece.

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