Monday, November 16, 2009

A Page to Unfold


Reflections, aspirations, expressions and desire
Words speak of life, passion, flame and fire
A gift of life now ever to be known
By the words of heart you have shown
And others may now be freed to reveal
What in their hearts they yet conceal
Many a story there is to be told

From days past a page to unfold.

Rose Marie Raccioppi


Woman Reading a Book, 1845, Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot, French, 1796-1875.




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9 comments:

  1. I think you have captured the essence of that incredible joy upon reading a book. Well done!

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  2. i love to read...you captured that so well. i often relate a persons life to a book...we have stories, yet so few tell them, perhaps they wonder if people really care...and that is a shame. beautiful really!

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  3. Reading captures all the feelings of the heart. It brings out so much emotion and captures the soul. So eloquently expressed.

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  4. HI ROSEMARIE-
    And it is in the telling of truths, the stories of one's life that others are indeed freed to "be".A Page To Unfold? I am humbled whenever it matters.
    Loving you always
    Gail
    peace....

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  5. Hi Rose Marie
    I'm an avid reader and so love this poem!
    Beautifully expresed!

    Take care and have a wonderful day!

    Margie:)

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  6. opps ...I missed an s in expressed ...
    When I'm in a hurry I make mistakes.

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  7. Thank You,

    Kat, Brian, Anne, Gail, Margie,

    So pleased to know you are all HAPPY READERS and most willing to have "a page to unfold." Books, in all their offerings, have ever been regarded as a special happening!

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  8. Rose Marie,
    This is beautiful.
    Stories in whatever form they take, hold amazing power.
    Yours too I think

    x

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  9. "Many a story there is to be told
    From days past a page to unfold."
    Very true and beautiful!

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