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Saturday, July 10, 2010

 
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16 comments:

Marcel Peltier said...

oxymore ! effet poétique réussi !

Brian Miller said...

oh but silence is so loud. smiles.

hope you have a marvelous weekend L!

Lorraine said...

Hey Merci beaucoup Marcel :)

thanks always m'dear Brian and excellent one to you too :)

Devika said...

very nice, Lorraine :)

listening to
your French silence
i hear
the music
in my soul

love,
dev

Lorraine said...

Gosh Dev, that is so beautiful only you can make a comment more beautiful then the post, and that's a OK by me...oh and Gillena's pretty masterful too lol

Devika said...

oh thanks m'dear...the more masterful masters are hiding, i think :)

dev

Lorraine said...

For sure, where is Janice?

Devika said...

no idea...i am looking for so many people...Janice, Polona, and, and, and...:)

i went and knocked at many doors today...seems too busy or too lazy :)

dev

Janice Thomson said...

I am in awe of your work lately chere amie...you have a preternatural depth of understanding.

Lorraine said...

Dev, never too lazy, more likely too busy,
cause let's face it, their writing is outwordly...

Janice, Masterful Lady, Iam always always grateful for your visit, no blushing, unless of course it's very hot ...;0

Frank said...

A tranqil post, Lorraine...

TALON said...

Silence can say soooo much (even more in two languages) :)

Seraphine said...

i've given some thought to this. it isn't how many languages you can speak, it's how well you are understood.
but but but... your poem is sweet. there is a hidden language we all use, whether it is eye contact, facial ticks, leaning in or leaning away from someone. body language can be quite powerful, even when one isn't conscious of it.
*wink*

Lorraine said...

Thank you very much Frank :)

Talon so true, and literally sometimes I think in French sometimes I think in English :)

Wink right back at you smartie pants ;) you might also enjoy my other blog, the one called 'Love for words' ;)

gautami tripathy said...

I speak too many
but you listen to none

Lorraine said...

Now there's a different but fantastic interpration, good stuff Gautami :)