what beautiful sentiments! thanks for sharing : )gorgeous blog - will definitely be back again soon.happy <3 day
ps i'm your newest follower!
I love a handwritten letter! It's more and more rare ...Happy Valentines Day! Beautiful post!
Dear Ann Marie,thank you for your lovely comment.I love the poetic words of John Keats.Did you saw the film 'Bright Star' of Jane Campion? I love this film... wonderful poetic pictures: she, laying on her bed, longs for her Love... him, the white curtains softly billow out in the wind...like breathing.Wish you a wonderful evening,♥Ariane.
Ariane,I DID see Bright Star, and LOVED it so very much...I think Ms. Campion did a very nice job of capturing Mr. Keats's poetry and letters. It is indeed a beautiful film!
I am really...really so happy to have found your beautiful space here today (thank you for stopping over to mine). I was just wrapped up by sifting through your beautiful photos. xo
I appreciated your visit ... the penmanship is like a work of art.
Loved Bright Star movie so much and love your beautiful post Ann Marie. I still exchange hand written letters to family abroad and I always get giddy when I see that I have a letter in my mailbox :)Happy Valentine's day to you!Natasha xo
Oh, this is a beautiful blog! Thank you for commenting on mine otherwise I wouldn't have found you. Gorgeous vintage papers and Keats - a perfect combination.
what beautiful words!
Beautiful idea. I'm a definite fan of, shall we call it 'slow writing'. I'm sure you brought joy.
Just beautiful. I'll be putting that quote on my desktop for a few days...
I love these images - I have saved the first one as my desktop background. Thankyou for sharing! I was in Rome last Easter and saw the house where Keats lived. I remember my English teacher telling us about the quote on his tombstone which reads, 'here lies one whose name is writ in Water.' It has always stuck with me and I always think of it whenever I see his name. Such a lovely post : )
Your handwritten note and these desktop backgrounds with the words of John Keats are the perfect inspiration. I love writing handwritten cards to my close friends and family. And I save every one given to me! I recently bought a notebook dayplanner because I don't want to use my phone any more -- I want to write down my plans with a pen and paper!
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