At some point I'm going to dance smashingly to this in such a way that everyone will forget I've only got one leg... Just sayin'. https://www.youtube.com/embed/Edwsf-8F3sI "Feeling Good" Songwriters: Anthony Newley, Leslie Bricusse (circa 1964) Michael Buble, The Michael Buble Collection, 2010 Birds flying highYou know how I feelSun in the skyYou know how I … Continue reading “Feeling Good” ~ My Life’s Soundtrack
A to Z in 26 minutes to write 260 words about Christmas and New Year for 26 days.
This is the song that is my song today. Thank you. That is all. Carry on. "Breathless" The Corrs, In Blue, 2000 Songwriter: Andrea Jane Corr, Caroline Corr, James Corr, Robert John Lange, Sharon Corr Go on go on Leave me breathless Come on [echo...] Hey... yeah... The daylight's fading slowly The time with you is … Continue reading “Breathless” ~ My Life’s Soundtrack
The tittering of little bells Is what she longed to hear That signaled that the longed for hope Would soon be drawing near “Ting-ting” the silver bells sang A song about her beau Where her heart was safe Where her heart did glow...
Take 26 minutes to write 260 words about Christmas and New Year for 26 days.
It was his qi That ebbed and flowed Between the dark open water's Endless cold And the glistening sunshine Tickling the liminal space Where she walked in the swash In endless grace In one the wide expanse Of all that has been In the other the hopes For all that he dreams At times he … Continue reading The Qi ⁂ rdp
they fit together perfectly nestled like apair of two teaspoons Brought to you by this Ragtag Daily Prompt.
There's something deliciously intoxicating about the Renaissance and the writers there who tell in such beautiful stories and songs of love... Shakespeare is probably one of if not the best known of the poets of love and tragedy. I feel as though he was the original master of the rom-com and one of those masterpieces … Continue reading “Sigh no more, ladies, sigh no more” ⁂ classics
She was many things... Her smile was intoxicating and her laughter addictive. She was undoubtedly a lady but she had the naughtiest sense of humor and would say the most outrageous and amusing things that left him shocked and shaking his head. Even when she wasn't sitting right in front of him he could see … Continue reading Handle ⁂ rdp
Subtle flutters ofSteele blue and dusky grey wingsNestled in the wild lilacBeat gently after the danceAs the sun sinks low Tanka Brought to you by this Ragtag Daily Prompt.