Sun swims to shore 
Melting blue to silver gold
Rhythmic ebb and flow
On liquid charcoal.


125 thoughts on “Fire-Water

      1. Uncle , I sure would love to spank him haha πŸ˜‚, what is it with him and his silly silence. He’s so gifted and it’s a shame that he doesn’t write.

        I will come visit you uncle, you live with him no

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      1. Hi Yassy, ​​maybe you’re fine and healthy, this crazy thing with the virus here in the Czech Republic pits people against each other, I don’t feel very good about it, unvaccinated and those who don’t want to be vaccinated against the vaccinated, there are car demonstrations, this is probably not written in the news … I don’t know.
        Thanks for asking, uh, bad, health complications, it probably won’t get any better, I’m a cripple, probably something like Merrick the Elephant Man, it gave me an unexpected point of view,

        Yassy, ​​I wish you only the best life, write yourself, your feelings that it’s an amazing moment when you suddenly look at the described page … it’s kind of like traveling in an orgasm πŸ™‚ seriously πŸ™‚ … I’m totally laughing πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ Have a fantastic time! Across the sea !!!!!!!

        Thank You because ..when i write to YOU….something came…THE VERSE πŸ™‚ ,,it’s kind of like traveling in an orgasm”


        Thank You ,my MUSE πŸ™‚

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      2. Don’t you worry, Lubomir. Everything always gets better with time. This virus thing will go away. Life will get back to normal , I am sure.
        Just take care of yourself , my friend. Be well, be safe.

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    1. Reading the posts others have left: uneasy lies my heart, unwelcomeness pokes about adding to troubles; but take heart – this happens when humans find their comfort challenged. Not so sure, Yassy, if the Virus Thing ever goes away, just mutates and comes back seasonally like what we call “Influenza”: Flu. We cope. We try to be calm when so much is muddled and contentious voices and actions arise. Eat well as you may; rest often, and most of all remember to love those near and far and not necessarily only those precious to you. And, it doesn’t hurt to read Yaskhan, Yassy, and bathe in her glowing words.

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  1. Reblogged this on Commentary, Outrages, Prose and Poetry and commented:
    Yasmin finds ways to swim her words past breakers, regardless of size, or rocky shores. It is whatsoever she pens finds an image in silver song with or without the photographs…but, oh, how both words and photos make each other shine and flow. Thanks, Yassy. I had some time to ignore the notebook for a moment and ready the Fall/Winter plantings to visit you and some others who season my morning so well.

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