Sunday, September 19, 2010

l'heure bleue

She wondered at the circumstances
that led her to this place?  
It was something simple really
  a postcard from a sender
who prefers to remain tantalizingly mysterious.
 Fin
photo 1 & 4 tumblr,

39 comments:

  1. a postcard from luzern…was just there last week - cruised the lake lucerne and had a great business meeting there
    have a nice sunday joanny!

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  2. Wowww - Do you have room for me too, in your suitcase? I want to go to plases with you, taking picktures and learn how you make your work look so good. Brilliant

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  3. Hi Joanny

    They are again really lovely, well done !

    have a nice sunday,

    Greetings, Joop

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  4. Love your work Joanny:)

    Have a great sunday.

    Warm hug:)

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  5. well written story in just a few words... brilliant as always, joanny! i love your images as well. :)

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  6. that sounds so wonderfully romantic...a postcard from an ononymous caller...so much possibnility there...

    my 160

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  7. Very romantic and so well written with photo's to match. Thsnks for sharing.

    Yvonne,.

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  8. BRAVA! A 'picture' story, and 160 character spaces to describe...really fun to read.

    HERE is mine.

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  9. So few words to say so much - and fantastic photos to compliment the experience.

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  10. Joanny, go HERE
    again...my comment plays off yours--you might enjoy

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  11. ...and you call Claudia a romantic poet. I love the spontaneity of this 160. Beautifully done. It helps lift the gray from our Ptown skies.

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  12. You just LIVE for art, don't you?! I LOVE THAT!!!! Where would we be without art?

    Thank you so much for sharing your tremendous visual and sciptorial talents (if scriptorial's even a word) with us. Writing, I could say. Your visual and written arts feed my soul very very nicely, I shall be your buddy for life now, my kindred spritely spirit!

    xoxo

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  13. Tantalizingly mysterious is right. That picture of the woman in a suitcase really makes the piece.

    My 160 is here.

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  14. We are waiting in anticipation..to know...who sent it!

    something fishy

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  15. Very intriguing 160. I can hear the background music as the story plays out.

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  17. This is luxuriously romantic, Joanny and so marvellously written. I want to know more, but its subtle air of mystery is what makes it beautiful.

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  18. lovely 160 - perfect words for my Sunday morning dreaming...

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  19. makes me want to go on a trip. You always have a way with words that can make the ordinary come to life.

    Love from the Moon

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  20. Magnifique! Allons-y! I love your graphics, too.

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  21. You just HAD to have that beautiful bare feet pic eh Joanny?

    You Rock...G

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  22. How lucky these two must be. There's a German book about two lifes, meeting less than ten times, sending letters back and forth for more than a decade, without seeing eachother again ...

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  23. Beautiful pic with the trunks, erotic addition to the words.

    mystery and potential!
    Dianne

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  24. I love the picture you paint in 160 Joanny. Oh, to dream of a mysterious stranger! I love to stow away in your luggage and watch your world unfold. Your images always work so well to compliment your words my friend. Nice one

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  25. Well done Joanny--text is great and the images are a perfect fit.

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  26. Makes me think of the man I met in Venice.
    He was so nice, I wrote him once. Then thought too many miles away and stopped.
    My life became too busy.
    This is just beautifully said by photos
    cleverly done. yvonne

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  27. Hi Joanny! Very romantic. Great element of mystery to the verse and always enjoy the images here

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  28. Hello Joanny,

    Although I have not been commenting, I want you to know I have been visiting and reading your wonderful posts. This one sounds very romantic as well as intriguing. Great images.

    ~ Tracy

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  29. Any letter that passes through that gorgeous red mailbox has to be red hot! Of course the bags are packed!! Nice and leaves much to our imagination :) XO, Kelly

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  30. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i5fUw1ZQz3c&feature=related

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  31. Thank for your comment.
    The last Best Place...Montana.
    Oh,Montana.Just to smell The Blackfoot River the grass,the pines,Jim Bridger and the like.
    I stayed a while in Sula,Montana and rode up through the snowline over the continental divide.
    'God,s country,and if the livin was a might dangerous,wasn't that part of the fun'.
    I read Gabriel Garcia Marquez's,Love in the time of Cholera in those mountains for the fifth time [15 siince then],I liked the contrast...tropical,romantic heat to the clear skies of the Rocky Mountains.
    Bises,
    Jeremiah Johnson.
    x

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  32. Joanny Dear.. Here I come again.. how can I not come back to your beautiful world? so mysterious and yet romantic.. the images- I guess they spoke more.. :) I wonder what was in your mind while writing this perfect piece down here..!!

    You are so mysteriously lovely yourself..

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  33. The endless possibilities that spin off from the tail end of this poem... nice read, Joanny. Very nice. :)

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  34. Again a beautiful story! When I read from the top and start scrolling down the screen, I got the impression that it is just a beginning but a feeling that there is something left unsaid is alarming and intriguing at the same time

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  35. http://thursdaypoetsrallypoetry.wordpress.com/2010/09/11/the-perfect-poet-award-4-poets-rally-week-28/

    the perfect poet award reminder.
    Thanks!

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