to all the aspiring writers – poets included…:-)

with admiration, respect, and friendly thoughts – here’s this generous and optimistic encouragement… 🙂

“Poems reach up like spindrift and the edges of driftwood along the beach. They derive from a slow and powerful root, but we can’t see any words, so open the window of your heart, let your high spirits fly – in and out! Become living poetry, and if all you can do is crawl, do start crawling!”(Rumi)
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Kauai aka “Garden isle” – my favourite Hawaiian island… ❤

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“Les poèmes se lèvent comme les crêtes des vagues et les rebords du bois flottant le long de la plage. Ils partent d’une racine lourde et forte, mais on ne voit pas les mots, alors ouvrez la fenêtre de votre cœur, laissez votre esprit joyeux s’envoler – dedans et dehors! Devenez une poésie animée, et si tout ce que vous pouvez faire, c’est ramper, allez-y, rampez!”(Rumi)
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1000 MERCI for dropping by my playground, good luck and tons of inspiration, folks! 🙂

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Posted on 12 August 2017, in melanie. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. Le texte est curieux mais les images sont belles!

  2. Really Beautiful! My favorite photo is the ocean wave.

  3. poetic heart waves… 🙂

  4. I think we derive a lot of strength from the sea.

  5. The colors and textures in the photos are exceptional. And I particularly like “If all you can do is crawl, then do start crawling.” Rumi is one of my favorites.

  6. Poets are the best. I love the precise use of words.

    • @”poets are the best…” – says who? 😉 there are interesting and boring WRITERS, for poets are writers, too, as mentioned in the very title of my post… 🙂

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