Photo Image by Lubomir Bukov
You’ve captured that feeling perfectly!! Oh, I remember the days!!! Brilliant. xxx
Thank you Claire 🙂 You know, you could always set up a rendezvous with your other half and just pretend… haha… strangers meeting in a bar 😉
Common feeling for all of us, I suspect – but so beautifully done as to feel quite unique
Thank you Maureen! I’m so glad people can relate to it and feel ‘at home’ with it. That’s what it’s all about maybe?
and the pic’s worthy of mention too
Isn’t it wonderful Donald? When I came across it searching for ‘people in street’ I was just punching the air with an ‘oh yessss!’
Oh I love this, Kiersty; you’ve captured that moment and the little frisson so well. Makes me feel young and old at the same time!
Isn’t frisson such a wonderful word? Young and old would be a very wise way to feel I think. 🙂
I love that moment of mutual understanding and connection that happens. You’re able to show it as the smile and sigh second that it is. Well done and much enjoyed. – Mimi.
*Sigh* Ain’t it the truth girl, ain’t it just the truth. Ah, springtime when a young woman’s fancy turns to love, lust and all things kissy face. 🙂
Oh and I do enjoy the kissy face, haha. Glad you liked it Val!
you ARE beautiful! feel it ya, love this poem – the connection when eyes meet,
that wordless place, tis beautiful indeed
but again, again it just becomes like make believe as you walk away Tipota, dammit. Haha. xx
This is beautiful Kiersty.
Those little moments can be so delicious, and you’ve captured it with such loveliness … *sigh*
I’m so liking these sighs… I write these little things and truly, honestly, I don’t know how they’ll be received. Thank you so much 🙂
A sigh-worthy poem of the very best. Lovely.
Thank you Daisy! So nice to see you here 🙂 xx
Thank you everyone for your comments! They mean such a lot and I’m so pleased I’ve found that way to reply individually. Thank you 🙂
Thank you Evelyn. I fixed your link as it was broken – what a lovely blog!
simply beautiful Kiersty.
Thank you Brad 🙂
You old romantic, you.
Yeah. On a Tuesday. 😉
If only we could capture this feeling and bottle it for sale…we’d be zillionaires 🙂
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