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Saturday, 28 November 2009

Twin Flames...

Twin flames

"...It came from ancient times
Centuries away, lived lives
It's come like a lightning in the dark
When you lost the faith in your heart.
Like a storm in a misty night,
Lifting dust, changing lives
A flame , that came from God
Rebirth to eternal Love.
You can ignore, you can fight
There is no power to turn off the light..."
(Robert)

15 comments:

Tunes Photo said...

Breathtaking! So beautiful and peaceful!

Gallow said...

I like the warm glowing light from the candles. Well done.

Tone said...

Beautiful! And what a poem! You are really good:-)
Have a nice weekend:-)

Tunes Photo said...

Thank you for your visit Robert. My father is ok, but he is suffering from a broken camera...

Sylvia said...

Poor lovers of ancient times, that fate set to be apart! I guess they should much better take care of each other, once they know that love is forever! Magnificent poem, delightful picture. You should write more, much more!

Anne said...

So great Robert, picture and words.

Hugs Anne

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Fantastic Words and a beautiful shot !!Unseen Rajasthan

Rune (Bildebloggen) said...

Beautiful and peaceful Robert, i love it! God helg!

SILVIA said...

Querido amigo... tu fotografía me transmite paz, calma, bienestar...
Un magnífico trabajo.
Mil besitos!!!

Sagatun said...

Nice and peaceful.
Have a nice weekend

manuel nieto said...

bello juego de luz ,un saludo

marcu said...

Hai noroc si.....vin cald! Spiritul sarbatorilor e mai aproape de noi. O duminica placuta sa ai.

wenn said...

lovely..

Carolyn Ford said...

I love the red behind the flames! That is so impressive. And...the poem suits the photo so well! Very nice!

Vita Stunder said...

Beautiful words and shot!
I agree with Sylvia - you should write much more! :)

Hugs, Anna

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