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Friday, August 23, 2013

MARR//IAGE

(Pic: Courtesy: google images)

Some things are best left to where they belong

Like those fleeting fantasies

Growing out of being harmless invasions

To weave a gossamer nest of tender togetherness perceived ideal

Found in few moments of sensitive intimacies

Robbing the exchanged vows of their surreal beauty blossoming

In the beauty of brewing a perfect love of imperfections


55 words for the random thoughts that crossed my mind in a casual conversation. Any suggestions for a more appropriate title are welcome.

MeetingTheBar: Getting Tight (in here) where Brian celebrates his birthday tending the bar!



10 comments:

  1. I think fantasies oftentimes are best left as fantasies...as if actions follow they may not be so harmless. I am looking at the words of the poem as well as the picture! A well expressed 55, Akila.

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  2. ugh....def, those fantasies rob the real of their intimacy and leave both in a cold shadow....very nicely & evocative in 55 words...

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  3. one needs to keep the flame alive!!

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  4. Have to agree that sharing fantasies can be destructive for the most part. You got a lot into the 55.

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  5. Thank you for visiting.
    Your story is Flash 55 perfection.
    Thanks for playing, and have a Kick Ass Week-End

    (Yes I'm flooded, but I LOVE the deluge)

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  6. Had not thought of it that way.. but you are very right.. and the perfect of love of imperfections is to strive for.

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  7. the beauty of brewing a perfect love of imperfections...i like this... love seems always imperfect and that makes a big part of its spell.. yep... and def. good to be careful with those fantasies as well

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  8. a perfect love of imperfections . . . love that.

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  9. Keep it real - it is full of imperfections ~

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  10. fantasies are not real - and when expected to be lived up to? Ha, well - that's the beginning of the end. Nicely done.

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