Friday, April 8, 2011

Capricious Love ---

 
Two hearts get entangled
At Café  De Flore
Enchanting in an understated way

 Small acts of friendly mischief.
                  Engaging in an innocently
                              Flirtatious way



Slyly charismatic
                 The lust of eyes 
                                     in stolen glances







Affectionately unpredictable 

The passing of love





Like last summer’s sun
gone to quickly


Blown away
By the  wind of change

FIN

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 The Café de Flore, at the corner of the Boulevard Saint-Germain and the Rue St. Benoit, in the 6th arrondissement of Paris, has long been celebrated for its intellectual clientele.

The classic Art Deco interior of all red seating, mahogany and mirrors has changed little since World War II. Like its celebrated rival, Les Deux Magots, it has hosted most of the French intellectuals during the post-war years. It is said that Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir, Camus & other writer, poets, & artists, would meet here and discuss their philosophy of existentialism over a drink.


written in 55 words by joanny
Capricious love ---
Two hearts get entangled
At Cafe De Flore
Enchanting
in an understated way

Small acts of friendly mischief.
Engaging in an innocently
Flirtatious way
Slyly charismatic
The lust of eyes
in stolen glances
Affectionately unpredictable
The passing of love
Like last summer’s sun
gone to quickly
Blown away
By the wind of change
FIN
 
photos tumblr & rodney smith 3-6

18 comments:

  1. that is a whirlwidn of a love story, or lust story...here today and gone tomorrow...

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  2. Tu nous fais rêver en nous transportant dans un monde de fiction. Jolis décors, jolis personnages. Tout est prêt pour nous faire entrer en scène et vivre un moment inoubliable.
    Merci, Joanny!

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  3. Sometimes things are not what they seem- but it is fun, even when it passes like it's never been- Thanks!

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  4. JOANNY!!!!
    Is it EVER great to have you back!
    You are so Romantic. It's very obvious how much work goes into everything you write.
    Passionate Prose...Thats Our Joanny!
    Thanks for the visual serenade as well....
    You ROCK!!
    Thanks for playing, and have a Kick Ass Week-End

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  5. Beautiful images. I like the way you can express a concentration of emotion in very few words.

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  6. So playful and passionate. Fun 55.

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  7. Hey! That's 110 words, Joanny! (LOL!)

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  8. yes...its always gone too soon...

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  9. Lovely story and wonderful images.

    Your great Joanny.

    Greetings and a very nice weekend.

    Joop

    thanks for your lovely comments

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  10. Ahhhh, the Cafe de Flore, I am there now. The espresso is a lightning bolt to my feet, I dance and a pastry lighter than an angel's whisper arrives on ecru linen.

    Thanks, Joanny. I love how you always transport me!

    xoxo

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  11. Like last summer’s sun
    gone to quickly.

    I love that!

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  12. Blown away by the wind of change..!
    I loved this line.. :)

    Wonderful words, loved the seasonal metaphor!
    Wishing you a beautiful weekend

    Hugs xox

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  13. Joanny,
    words and pictures here, it's like from a different time, it's beautiful.
    Thanks for sharing my friend.
    I also want to say thanks for your sweet comments in my blog. I appreciate it very much.
    I often make changes in my blog, maybe a mirror of my past...
    Wishing you a nice weekend with not to much rain:-)
    We expect some sunshine today, but it's raining right now.
    Warm hugs,
    Berit.

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  14. A nice romantic poem with some great shots, wonderful.

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  15. Thank you for letting us be a part of this romance in time. Love this "The lust of eyes
    in stolen glances" - yes, how sweet it is!

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  16. Hi Joanny thanks for your lovely comments while I was away. Your post has inspired me to go to the left bank today. Such lovely cafes. Carla xxx

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