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You are cordially invited.
Warm regards, Eva
PEACE & LOVE in 2009;
Thanks for your friendship;
Greetings from Izmir-TURKEY
Merci pour votre amitié;
Artists gotta stick together! hehe
Thank yo, Shelly, for your friendship. Discover that beating heart of yours.. she is vast and full of poetry and stories, love and glories, May we continue to celebrate the world becoming a cozier and friendlier place.
...just click on the itunes button and you carry me with you where ever you go...we can travel the world.
I love the cover of your poetry book!
Makes me want to open it.
Do you have any poetry that you've shared here on iPeace?
You may have seen a comment i posted in the Women for a Change group here, this morning, re writers, because i was inspired to find that this morning too writers joined us, you and Stephanie!
Do let me know if you might be interested in volunteering to contribute an article, or poem, to our online magazine (for the 'Concscious Woman'). You'd be most welcome.
Happy to answer any questions you may have about this!
Hope you're having a wonderful weekend.
thank you very much indeed for joining the Women for a Change group here in iPeace. A very warm welcome to you.
I look forward to getting to know you, and I'd love to hear more about your writing and your books whenever you have time to drop me a line.
Love & light
Arjuna Ben-Zion Weiss
Rumi: All day and night music
Arjuna: The sounds of the sea
roar in my ear –
giant waves crash
against the rocks.
manes stream in the wind –
where does this music come from?
Rumi: A quiet, bright reed song
Arjuna: The reed flute
cut from its river bed
cries for its roots,
and yet our song of suffering
can soon transform into…
the call of the gulls
transform into a love song.
Rumi: If it fades, we fade
Arjuna: The love song
becomes a song of mourning.
Letting go of the past
I feel my pain.
e x p a n d i n g
making new spaces
in my mind.
A new song
is born in my heart.
A song of wholeness
A song of peace!
Rumi: All day and night music.
Arjuna: I hear
the harmony of the spheres
in the song of the sea.
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