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    1. 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)

    1. 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.

      Cheers, Eric

  1. 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
    Hugs, Steph

  2. 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.

    1. 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’ 🙂

    1. 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

    1. 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

    1. 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)

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