Why do you love her but ignore me, is it because…
Sparklers in our paths but some of us walk with chins up instead of eyes down.
Others see but ignore, as they lack Sight.
Historical fiction mostly, but also some multi-genre stories & anecdotes
So apropos during this time in my life, but I feel more like a fake bauble from a bubble gum machine.
Your words shine more brilliantly than any diamond.
You’re no fake bauble. Many people can’t recoginse a fake for the real – and they go after fakes, leaving the real ones behind. You’re a real diamond.
Peace and blessings,
you are too kind
this was perfect
A perfect cut – maybe 🙂
A splendid way of expression
Thank you Soumya – it is among my favourites too 🙂
I love this…. and I would like to thank you also for being a regular on my site… your encouragement means alot because I so admire what you do…
Thank you and also my pleasure to visit your blog. We all need to help and encourage each other along. Peace, Eric
A good study in opposites, and I appreciated your final line chins up eyes down. I suppose in the spiritual sense we need eyes up don’t we?
Thank you Ian.
Definitely, in the spiritual sense we need eyes up.
just loved the way you brought the climax, its a reality gold, diamond are duller than their imitation sisters 🙂
but it takes eyes to know their worth.
Thank you for stopping by with these words of encouragement. Love your visits.
P/s I clicked to “Follow” you but not getting any updates. Shall try again and if you receive multiple notifications – please ignore with my apologies.
That which sparkles creates radiant ; that which is radiant from within creates sparkles. Both bring light and enhancement to our life, it is just to appreciate them appropriately at the right time and place.
Yes, one is timeless, deep and enduring…
No doubt about it. Great saying.
Thank you Tom, Eric 🙂
Please excuse me if I say, “This is brilliant, Eric.” Sorry, I could not resist! Very, very worthy thought here about how we “look for love in all the wrong places.”!
Don’t resist…don’t resist 🙂
Yes, quite often some focus on the superficial and not the substance…
Luv and hugz, Eric
Hello Christy 🙂
Thank you Walter.
wow, very deep, and very beautiful! Love the antagonism at the beginning and the ending was the best! 😀
Thank you Therese,
For your visit and comment. You are very kind.
But how lovely the raw diamond will be when polished 🙂
Ah, Rana – and what a sparkler she’ll be, yes 🙂
She awaits the craftsman who has the patience to lovingly discover her worth.
I shouldn’t worry to much, dear Eric, as you know “Diamonds are a girl’s best friend” and raw diamonds can be polished in any way one likes.
Love and hugs (ouch so rough to the touch :D)
I enjoy your (cheeky) remarks 🙂
Luv and hugz, Eric
As pure as light…love to you my buddy xx
My buddy is always a breath of fresh air. I luv her so, Eric 🙂
Light and air spin together and lift…love coming right back to you xx
…as clear as a bell chimes from a chapel on a peak…
That’s deep. It reminds me of humbleness.
We peer into the mirror and each takes away a different image. The words are mine, the message is yours. Peace, Eric
Brought to mind…Shakespeare’s “All that glitters is not gold….”
…and neither are they neccessarily diamonds!
tho… there’s no gap in any relationship! u never been old for me and i’m never gonna be young for you!
That brims with truth 🙂