Saturday, August 28, 2010

Timeless


Soft to touch
Light as breath
Veils of air
Fluidity and grace
Angelic yet seductive
Slips into vision
Reflection of the woman
Who is one with her
Body and soul
Fin
written for Monkey Man's  MonkeyMan
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photo 1 & 3 Lauren Treece
#2 rodneysmith.com

36 comments:

  1. Beautiful pictures:)

    Have a nice day:) Berit.

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  2. beautiful joanny - i feel one with body and soul when reading this..

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  3. one in body & soul she has found an elusive place...nicely done 160 joanny...

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  4. You have a fantastic blog. I enjoy to look at your work, and I must say I find lots of motivation and inspiration to go out taking more pictures myself

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  5. Simply put...
    Beautifully Perfect!

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  6. You Inspire me every time. Beautiful,an the pictures are lovely.

    yvonne

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  7. "My soul unknown -
    Re-creating itself
    from
    a butterfly wing"

    wind's haiku - "Souls and wings" /2010
    Regards

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  8. Thanks, Joanny!
    You have a house of beauty here!
    Magical sort of....
    You can pass by on mine:
    http://graphis-artwork.blogspot.com/
    See you soon!
    I will go on holiday in Greece, on an island...
    Regards
    wind

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  9. This is beautiful Joanny. A journey so many of us are on.

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  10. i see a woman who'ss confident and independent here... this is really beautiful! the images went great with your poem. well done (as always, joanny.

    btw, i have friendship awards for you at:
    http://pinklady-bing.blogspot.com/2010/08/august-awards-from-jingle.html

    the awards from you and the answers on my next post. ;)again, thank you for your friendship, joanny. i really appreciate it.

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  11. Beautiful. "One with body and soul" is something we desire but seldom obtain.

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  12. Very nice! I would love to be at one with myself! Great poem and the pictures are lovely.

    http://harrischanningauthor.blogspot.com/2010/08/sunday-160_29.html

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  13. soft to touch,
    light as breath,
    ....

    wow,
    your poetry or 160 is astonishing...
    loved it very much!

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  14. A beautiful and poignant synergy of mind and spirit, Joanny. Your dualism is breathtaking, and very refreshing.

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  15. You always do such a wonderful job of blending photography with your prose. Excellent 160. Thanks so much for playing.

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  16. I agree with Brian, unity with one's body and soul is an elusive place and state. You are blessed if you achieve it, Joanny. I love the "veils of air" ...

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  17. Lovely - so soft and relaxing.

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  18. beautiful writeup ... pictures goes really well
    keep versing :)
    viva la vida :)

    you might wanna visit
    http://makeachange1.wordpress.com/2010/08/27/another-love-story/

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  19. Everyone has already said it, Joanny. Beautiful. Just beautiful. :)

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  20. Wow. This is beautiful and the photos make it even more evocative. Lovely work.

    My Sunday 160.

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  21. Veils of air, I'm so there! Deep breath :)

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  22. You have just described that perfect companion to have, Joanny :)

    A beautiful and respectful 160!

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  23. Hello Joanny

    Compliments for this very nice blog, your pictures are beautiful.

    Greetings, Joop

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  24. Really....it's nice and heart touching blog.
    With best wishes.
    Hemant

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  25. Timeless subject. Timeless poetry. Nice job ... Great 160, Joanny.

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  26. HI Joanny, stunning images as always. I love the poetry of the words and the photos. Carla

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  27. You sure find the right photo's to go with the words, just beautiful..

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  28. Good poem! Enjoyed reading your work!

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  29. Lovely! Economy with words always floats my boat

    Warmest Salad

    Luke

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