"I've been letting my mind wonder at night. My thoughts should have a curfew." Am Kidd

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Two spirits dance

Two spirits dance
Amongst the leaves,
Their feet are wet,
Their eyes are moist…

 Deaf are their ears
To spoken words
Round and round they go…

They can only hear the sound
Of their beating hearts play
A rhythm unknown until today…

Photo by Weheartit.com


  1. Your gypsy heart shows itself perfectly in the post Alina.

    ..."their feet are wet" ... could they have shed their tales and scales to join the land of men for a small foray? Mer-people are a favorite passion of mine. They collect on my walls and in my cabinets - gifts from loved ones ... they remind me to give my heart free reign to express itself. xxxVicki

  2. Alina, this is a wonderful image and poem - I'm thinking Midsummer Night's Dream - perhaps its Oberon and Titania dancing... lovely!

    Jeanne x

  3. Wonderful...love the feathery whisps on her skirt! beautiful post!

  4. This is a very beautiful poem, Alina and it truly does capture the spirit of dance.
    I love the passion expressed in some dance forms... The image is wonderful too... Very fairy!:)
    Lovely to catch up with you again. I hope life is good!
    Light and Blessings.

  5. These words are so beautiful, and match the image perfectly - divine x

  6. Wonderful words, wonderful pic, and together just perfect :)

  7. Hello Alina! Thank you for visiting me and your kind comments on my blog ~ you are right ~ the alternative to not getting older is a consequence I do not wish for myself...or anyone! :)

    Your blog is lovely ~ very inspirational ~ I will be back again for a visit!

  8. Ahh, I see lots of romantic hearts here :0) Thank you, everyone!

    Catherine, thank you and welcome. Hope to see you soon xx

  9. It seems that his garment floats in the air..What beautiful partner. A greeting from Spain

  10. I love the movement of the dress... so sensuous, the photo is so sexy...... Ciao


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