Archive for October, 2007

we

Posted in art, carpe diem!, changes, grateful, love, shades of grey, silence, stirring of the soul, trust on October 27, 2007 by whyvonne

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beauty and majesty;
            breathtaking…
                        overwhelming.

a single tear
traces its way down her cold cheek
in the misty dawn

memories of images and words
enveloping this place
when she believed him to be hers…

new stories unfold.

they two, advancing….then retreating
a lovely, breathless dance
ripe with passion and drama;

sentences unfinished
words unspoken

the silence fills them up
time and distance keep them close.

 words & photograph
(c) yvonne elizabeth

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science

Posted in acts of nature, just phucking funny, science & nature on October 26, 2007 by whyvonne

…ok, so i ‘ve been absent. there’s just not a whole lot going on that has inspired me to write lately….i am living vicariously through ~m’s posts, which are overly-abundant as of late. {woo-hoo! lucky for us…}
* here’s hoping that something will hit me over the head soon {“dawn breaks over marble head”} and some blog-worthy prose will rear it’s GAWGEOUS head. in the meanwhile, here’s a smile for ye….

A beautiful woman loved growing tomatoes,tomato.jpg
but couldn’t seem to get her tomatoes to turn red.

One day, while taking a stroll, she came upon a gentleman neighbor
who had the most beautiful garden full of huge red tomatoes.

The woman asked the gentleman,
“What do you do to get your tomatoes so red?”
He responded, “Well, twice a day I stand in front of my tomato garden
naked in my trenchcoat, and flash them.
My tomatoes turn red from blushing so much!”

Well, the woman was so impressed, she decided to try doing the same thing
to her tomato garden to see if it would work. So, twice a day, for two weeks,
she flashed her garden, hoping for the best.

One day the gentleman was passing by and asked the woman,
“By the way, how did you make out? Did your tomatoes turn red?”

“No,” she replied, “but my cucumbers are enormous.”

today’s chuckle courtesy of my seester, shee-von,
of the Pueblo Sheevons.

{also home of the colorado rockies, but….
we won’t go down THAT road today…LOL}