Hawaiian dance of love and fire…:-)

tendres souvenirs me reviennent, rafraîchissant mon âme, impatient de passer d’autres moments “pieds-nus”, dans le formidable “esprit-aloha”… 🙂 le véritable amour est comme une brise du Pacifique – douce et invisible, mais un feu permanent, néanmoins… il nous maintient vivants, car il est indispensable à notre bien-être mental, physique émotionnel… encore aujourd’hui, tu m’appelles “Fleur de Sel”, ce qui me donne des ailes de mouette, et je pourrais parcourir des milliers de kilomètres jusqu’à notre arc-en-ciel… je te devine dans chaque pensée qui coule dans mon cœur, puisque notre présent et notre avenir ont un passé commun – fait d’amour et de feu… 🙂
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pix taken in Maui, Hawaii last February… 🙂

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sweet memories come back to me, refreshing my soul, and looking forward to other barefooted moments with the cool “aloha” spirit… 🙂 true love is like a Pacific breeze – gentle and invisible, yet a permanent fire, nevertheless… it keeps us alive within, ’cause it’s imperative to our mental, physical, emotional welfare… this very day, your still call me “Salt Flower” which gives me seagull wings, and I could travel thousands of kilometers to our rainbow… I do feel you in every thought that flows into my heart, since our present and our future have a common past – made of love and fire… 🙂


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Posted on 7 July 2015, in melanie. Bookmark the permalink. 31 Comments.

  1. I love the words here. Poetic, with so much love. Beautiful.

  2. I have been thinking a lot about Hawaii this past week, mainly in relation to Robert Louis Stevenson and the Hawaiian Royal Family.

  3. Frumoase amintiri aveți! Mulțumesc că ni le împărtășești și nouă, și încă într-o formă atât de frumoasă! Să ai zile senine, Melania! 🙂

  4. Ah, Hawaii! Paradise on earth!

  5. Ah, it has been quite a few years since I was in Hawaii but memories stay with us. Great post Mélanie!

  6. Excellent… I would have loved to see that dance live.

  7. Amazing photos, Melanie. Leslie

  8. Hmmmm. Your true love must be amazing. How about some photos? Little Old Ladies should get to have fun too! 🙂

  9. Oh Melanie! Just when I am at my lowest, you give me a reminder of the way it is – love, fire, the vital nature of the singular relationship that feeds my mind, body, heart, soul… the Hawaiian loau manifests it perfectly… thank you! 🙂

  10. My spoken French is very poor, but I love to read your French commentary, much of which I can understand, and anyway, the words and idioms are often so much more captivating in French. And then when I’m stuck, you so kindly provide a very fine English translation. There is always an interesting synergy between the two versions and, not forgetting the striking photographs. It is a very creative, and apt use of the blog medium, Melanie.

  11. Bonjour Mela! seulement 2 photos? et moi qui comptais voyager bien assis derrière mon pc. Juste une question, j’ai l’impression, que parfois, vous rajoutez des photos sur vos “slide shows”, je regarde, et quand je reviens plus tard, je vois des photos, que je ne me rappelais pas avoir vu avant, j’en suis quasi-certain, mais peut-être que je me trompe, bonne journée à vous, Mela de Toulouse.

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