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Set 17

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published by talesforlove às 10:29

02
Set 17

 Because Summer continues and lives...

 

Lyrics:

 

"Jubel"

Save me
Save me
Save me

Save me

1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4

You think I don't laugh
oh, do things I can like so,
why are we losing time

I don't want to get
up oh, bring me
what I need so, why
are we losing time

It's like I've seen
the light but you
have never known

Save me
 
Source: https://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/klingande/jubel.html

 

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published by talesforlove às 23:59

01
Set 17

Flower Reborn (In Pedrógão)

Stubborn; As only a woman knows how to be.
Knowledgeable; As only a Goddess knows how to be.
Feminine and beautiful among the black of death,
reborn, alive, dependent on strength and not on luck.

Beautiful is your strength that gives color to the Morning.
Sunrise agape renewing Hope.
And the wind packs it, shrouded in gray dust,
that everything around him contemplates her Dance.

It is she, the Flower, who rises on the mountain,
Again, to prove that, who sowed her, was right  ...
To prove that a Goddess looks at us from the front:
without fear, despite the lifes the wind took.

 

 

Continues at

http://synchchaos.com/

by Rui M.
Notes:
Pedrógão is a locality in Portugal were 64 people died this June during a wild fire.
this and other poems in a new book "Pieces of Hope" (in English, Portuguese and Spanish)
for more info about the book contact synchchaos@gmail.com

published by talesforlove às 06:38

14
Abr 17

 

published by talesforlove às 11:53

11
Abr 17

Evanescence - My Immortal

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5anLPw0Efmo

 

published by talesforlove às 06:29

14
Fev 17

James Blunt in this video apears running between pine trees in a forest.

Certainly, it does have a lot to do with our Contest due to its ecologic message or closeness with nature.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D9LopyqdzIw

Enjoy.

published by talesforlove às 23:29

07
Fev 17

A poem about nature...

 

http://www.bartleby.com/360/5/266.html

 

Enjoy.

published by talesforlove às 07:52

05
Fev 17

capa3Nature2016.jpg

 

published by talesforlove às 15:54

29
Jan 17

Dear Authors, Dear Friends,

 

We are very happy to share with you the winners of the “International Literary Contest Nature 2016”.

Also, we announce the works that will be included in the Anthology of this year.

 

The big winner for Short Story category is:

“See a Different Picture” by Vandini Sharma, India

An entertaining, elegantly written, complex and profound story about human beings and Nature.

 

The winning poems are:

1st “Do We Simply Stand and Watch?” by Michelle Yue, USA. A clear-sighted poem about the destruction of Nature.

2nd “A Lost Planet” by Grace Heblok, from Australia, is a deeply felt prose poem that speaks for the Earth.

3rd “The Secret World of Nature” by Joan Beebe, USA, expresses the beauty, peace and gratitude we experience when we merge into Nature.

 

This is the listing for all the works that will be included in our Anthology Nature 2016:

 

“Patron Saints”, poem by Nev Gardner, USA

“Trees”, poem by Grace Heblok, Australia

“On the ruins of love”, poem by Serena Saab, Lebanon

“Marbles & Stones!”, poem by Vijay Chacko, North Ireland, India

“WHAT HAVE WE BECOME”, poem by Norman Datt, Canada

“Beautiful Disaster” and “Degas' Lantana”, poems by Andre M. Stillman, USA

“Eager to Live”, short story by Franklin Maurice, South Africa

“A Prostitute is not a Material Tool” and “Books of untold Negroes”, poems by Franklin Maurice, South Africa

“The Tears of Nature”, short story by Corina Savu, Romania

“I prayed for healing, but it didn’t come”, poem by Remona W. Winston, USA

 “Into the Mystic”, poems by Jac Shortland, Ireland

“Striking Back”, short story by Chan Si Jie, Singapura

“A broken leaf” and “The deaf and dumb, sense of togetherness”, poems by Kilol Gupta, India

“November Blue”, poem by Claire O' Connell, Ireland

“In Bed”, poem by A.F. Winter, USA

“WHAT HAVE WE BECOME”, poem by Norman Datt, Canada

“Studying Wildlife”, poem by Patricia Horn O’Brien, USA

“Rust red the March wood stands.”, poem by Michael Milano, USA

“FOOTPRINTS” and “GROOVIN`”, poems by Ana Nedelcu, Romania

“-Seedling-“, poem by Muthoni Tenn, USA

“Architecture”, poem by Anda Peterson, USA

“LOVE ME TOMORROW”, short fiction by ADENIYI ADEYOSOLA VICTORIA, Nigeria

“The soul of Nature” and “Will we meet again?”, by Sruthi Denny, India

“Beautiful Nature in Life”, poem by Mahbubul Alam John, Bangladesh

 

Thank you for all your effort and valuable work.

The Team

published by talesforlove às 18:09

24
Dez 16

Dear Friends,

 

We kindly invite you to read this small text about Nature as a source of inspiration to our Literary Contest "Nature 2016".

 

https://www.jstor.org/stable/458264?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents

 

Enjoy.

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