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Friday, July 5, 2013

What Forever Means

Every once in a while she feels herself blooming. As unexpected as a mid-summer’s cloudburst, the efflorescence always takes her by surprise. Then she remembers. Love was the sun rising beyond his shoulders.     



 33 of my own words, for 

48 comments:

  1. Ah, wow, this is beautiful Kymm! Love, love, love that last line. Also, efflorescence is a pretty awesome word.

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    1. Thank you so much, Suzanne! Soaking up the love!
      Awesome words... what we live for, n'est-ce pas?

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  2. I agree with Suzanne. Efflorescence is a great word, as is the whole piece! Wonderful feeling to it!

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    1. So glad you liked it. Thanks, Steph!

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  3. 'efflorescence'... I'm stealing that one...

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    1. Haha! You can't steal it if I give it to you! : )

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    1. Thank you so much, Mike. Glad you enjoyed it.

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  5. Lovely work with the prompt.

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    1. Thanks for the lovely and thanks for the work, Draug!

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  6. beautiful. you always use the right words to evoke an image flowering with sensation.

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    1. What a sweet thing to say! Thanks, Renada.

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  7. This is like that first drink of a super bubbly soda! Loved it Kymm!

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    1. Haha! Love that comparison, Linda!! Thanks for the love!

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  8. love this, last line realy nails it - great feeling and energy

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    1. Appreciate the love, Steve. I'm glad you liked it.
      Thanks so much for the nice words!

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  9. Kymm, this seems like the essence of new love, completely realized in 33 words. Lovely!

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    1. It's whatever you want it to be, Jo-Anne. Thanks for the lovely!

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  10. Beautiful piece. I like that this is so full of hope. Well done.

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    1. So glad you found it beautiful. Thanks, lumdog!

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  11. nothing I say will measure to the beauty you've already given

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    1. My, what a lovely thing to say. Thank you, Jody!

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  12. "Love was the sun rising beyond his shoulders."

    Oh Kymm...beautiful writing, and how you've mastered these 33 words is nothing short of brilliant!

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    1. You always have such sweet things to say, Valerie. Thanks for enjoying this.

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  13. So lovely, so much contained in those few words.

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    1. I'm so glad you think so. Thank you, Kallan Annie!

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  14. oh, Kymm . . . it feels like a blooming past a loss - then a sudden remembrance of how full life was before the loss. At any rate, this is beautiful.

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    1. My goodness, Barbara, are you a psychic or what?! Nailed that right on the head.
      Thank you so much for your kind words (and for getting it)!

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    1. You had me at "swoon".
      Thanks Tri!!

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  16. This is just a stunning 33 words.

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    1. Glad you liked it. Thank you so much for those kind words, Debbie, and for the visit!

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  17. Gorgeous picture and sentiments

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    1. Glad you liked them. Thanks Sarah!

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  18. Aw! Such a love poem, which is still very needed in this world! I love that last line.

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    1. Haha Glad to oblige the world, then! Thanks for the love, Kristy!

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  19. Efflorescence-wow! Very beautiful poem.:)

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    1. Glad you like the word - it's free all day today!
      Thanks for your kind words, Ivy!

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    1. So glad you liked it. Thank you for those kind words, Christine!

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  21. efflorescence -- what a beautiful word... will use that sometimes.

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    1. It is a beautiful words - and it is yours for the taking!

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  22. Kymm, you've captured the essence of Spring fever,when all of a sudden we realize that we've been stricken by Cupids arrow.

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    1. Haha Sometimes I wished I realized it a bit earlier, though!
      Thanks so much for your kind words, Joanne!

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    1. So kind of you to say so! Thank you very much otherthanlovie!

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