The Saturday Symphony #14 (A perfect romance)

The Saturday Symphony #14  (A perfect romance)

Hi everyone, sorry I’m late today but I’m here at last.

Welcome to the 14th edition of The Saturday Symphony.
I’m glad you are well enough to read this and I pray you get even better.

Love, and then love some more.

Here’s an etheree to kick us off;

Come
Closer
Listen well
And listen true
To life’s deep essence
The fabric that binds it
The soft light that kisses night
And the shadows caressing day
The pursuit of happiness will end
When love is given, more than it’s taken

This week’s three featured posts

  1. Afriku by hill study centre – a remarkable African take on the Japanese form of poetry.
  2. Symphony of words by Lilin – wonderful poetry.
  3. Snow spring by Yassy– Jaw dropping Shadorma.

PONDEROUS THOUGHT

ROMANCE

Romance is all around us; in nature, in the night sky, and deep within each human heart.

This week, woo us with a tale of love,
Let your words inflame the reader’s heart,
And renew hope in love.

Have fun with this, use any form of writing, images, and art.

Don’t forget to pingback to this post so I can find you, and so others can join in.

It’s a vibe and a mood

Ponderous writers from last week’s feature

“The rhythm of autumn”

Thank you all, lots of love.

A little surprise gift I received this morning 🧡

Don’t forget to use this week’s ponderous thought above.

Be sure to pingback to this post, and also paste the link to your post in the comments section just to be sure I find you.

Remember to love, and then love some more.
I know I will.

Can’t wait to hear from you.

The Saturday Symphony

© judeitakali

36 responses to “The Saturday Symphony #14 (A perfect romance)”

  1. […] The Saturday Symphony 14PONDEROUS THOUGHT: ROMANCE;This week, woo us with a tale of love, Let your words inflame the reader’s heart, and renew hope in love. haikai 159 & 160This week, write the haikai poem of your choice (haiku, senryu, haibun, tanka, haiga, renga, etc.) that states or alludes to either Fall foliage or goose (kari)–or both, if you feel so inclined! OLWG Aooga: prompts: what I write// rising tides lift all boats// I’ll be at the Black Horse Tavern […]

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