In the silence of the night our love grows…and spills over once a fortnight…
After the ‘heavy’ posts of the last few days, hopefully this was light reading.
Historical fiction mostly, but also some multi-genre stories & anecdotes
Ah! I was writing haikus with my students this week. This is so lovely.
Thank you. Appreciate your visits and comments.
Enjoyed this- thank you 🙂
Welcome Anne and thank you for your comment 🙂
(P/s Posted my congratulations in your Three New Awards post > you might want to check your spam)
Great job Eric!!!
Thank you – and don’t forget to post 🙂
Love this metaphor of romance between the tides and the phases of the moon!
Eternal love that rises and ebbs…as no love can teeter at the peak, I reckon.
It’s a whole universe
Hmmmmm….don’t quite follow
loving! it truly changed the mood after ur thrillers!
Thank you and that was the idea Soumyav. Have a great weekend, Eric
thanks and same to u..
A very beautiful one, Eric. Keep it going.
Thank you Bumbas,
Of all the genres, Love is the most challenging for me > for the simple reason, I’m not a particularly romantic type. Glad that you and other readers like it.
Moon, sea and sand in the tropics. No wonder you become lyric.
I was about to write love, but I don’t want to become too lyric myself so simply
Be as lyrical as you want to be Steph. The world can always do with more love lyrics. Luv and hugz, Eric 🙂
Beautiful piece Eric love and hope in air….
Wish you a lovely weekend 🙂
Thank you Soma and have a great weekend too 🙂
One of your highly visual presentations.
Thank you Ian.
Thought I would post something light to shoe into the weekend.
Lovely post here. We are all off to a romantic start for the weekend. Maybe some might wait till the glorious morning sun peeps out too.
P.S.Your medication must have put you in a “high” mood; just keeping taking them.
Yes, Jasey – everyone can do with a lot more love and romance, I reckon. Have a great weekend. Luv and hugz, Eric
P/s: I’m feeling a lot better – will be my nasty self soon. The flu medication is making me ‘high’ 🙂
Eric, this post is simple yet reveals the most grandness of emotions. Beautifully penned. Cheers, my friend.
Very true Shaheen. Love occupies the pinnacle of emotions….All good wishes for a lovely weekend ahead from a friend 🙂
There is a heaviness in this too, but it is a lovely weight to carry.
Hello Tricia – I read your post Fifty recently. Lovely thoughts expressed beautifully. Very happy for you.
Yes, some weights we carry willingly and lovingly. Peace and luv, Eric
A lovely scene created by your words.
Thank you Charles.
I’m not very good when it comes to lovey-dovey stuff but glad this came out sort of okay.
All good wishes, Eric
All the very best of luck with the scholarship application 🙂
Enchanting verses — lovers as ancient as earth: the wooing moon and the responsive ebb and flow of the tides.
Thank you Dee.
Yes, two ‘old’ lovers still going ‘young’ and strong. All it takes is her peek and whispered song to send him crushing into estacy
MUCH NEEDED LIGHT 🙂
MUCH LOVE XO
The world needs all the love and light it can get 🙂
Have a great weekend Cat, Eric
UR TELLING ME !!!!!!!! SERIOUSLY :))))))))))
NEEDS TO LIGHTEN UP ———- BIG TIME XO
These words are soothing…
In a moonlit night, the crushing of waves on shore…rhythmic and soothing, yes very true…
))sighs(( very beautiful 🙂
Yes, moonlit nights by the shore with gently carressing waves…
“…and with you beside me, even wilderness can be paradise…”
(P/s I borrowed that from Omar Khayyam – one of my all time favourite poets)
Thank you and glad you found it so Sharmishtha 🙂
it truly is. loved the way you used the words that created a scene literally correct yet filled with romance.