Wednesday, October 2, 2013

A Persian Dream

 
I dreamt I flew away to a land of mystique and music.
 
Where wild and miraculous beasts roared, then grew tender under my touch.
 
I donned sequined slippers and danced with mysterious strangers.
 
 


I explored cobbled laneways,
 
 and discovered hidden doorways.
 
Until a magic lantern guided me home.




 

Photos by Debs, taken at Orchid Persian Restaurant, Willoughby, in July 2013. 

* I'm currently on a few days break but will be returning very soon with more photos and stories of adventure and whimsy.
:)

11 comments:

  1. Bonjour,

    Des jolies photos qui accompagnent de jolis mots... Très romantiques et mystérieux à la fois.
    Gros bisous

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  2. Thank you so much for your thoughtful and kind note you left on my blog. I do appreciate it very much. I am so sorry to hear about your mother. I know that is/was a very painful experience.
    On a happier note, I love your poem about all of your books. Yes! Do I ever need more bookcases. My books are absolutely everywhere.
    Hope that you are enjoying beautiful warm weather.

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  3. Thank you Ellen. Yes it was very hard, but some time has gone past now, and although the grief never completely goes away, it does become more bearable.

    And that book pile just keeps growing.......
    :)

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  4. oh to don magic slippers and whisk away to faraway lands... sounds like just the tonic. Thank you for your comments on my blog... enjoy your break! ♥

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  5. oh to don magic slippers and whisk away to faraway lands... sounds like just the tonic. Thank you for your comments on my blog... enjoy your break! ♥

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  6. Lovely post and words. Thank you so much for sharing.

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  7. Thanks Angy, it was a lovely break. But back to normal routine now.

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  8. Hi Debs! So glad you stopped by Dylan's Dress recently! I am glad to "meet" you! :)

    XOXO
    Lynn

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  9. A pleasure to "meet" you too :)
    xx

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