#WordlessWednesday & #OneLinerWednesday: The Sun & The Moon in Conversation

More scenes from the beach, while I’m on holiday. Last night and this morning; the same yet different…

One-Liner Wednesday – Forgetfulness

When the sun forgot to shine on the moon she wept, but as he remembered she danced on the waves and grew in the sky.

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The glorious summer sun said to the full moon, “You’re so magnificent; I couldn’t live without you, my love.”

“You flatter me, ” replied the moon. “You’re always grand and glowing. I grow smaller and disappear, while you’re always vibrant and loyal. It’s me who can’t live without your light and strength.”

“But my darling, what would I be without my reflexion on your lovely face?”

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Both sides of the coin:

Sun and moon, night and day, happiness and sorrow, loss and abundance, laughter and tears,  good and evil, fire and water, fear and ignorance, love and hate, madness and genius, pleasure and pain, body and soul, life and death…

Can we experience one without knowing the other?

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About LucciaGray

Writer, blogger, teacher, reader and lover of words wherever they are. Author of The Eyre Hall Trilogy, the breathtaking sequel to Jane Eyre. Luccia lives in sunny Spain, but her heart's in Victorian London.

Posted on August 17, 2016, in Blog, Luccia's Random Thoughts, Wordless Wednesday and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. Lovely poetic thoughts Luccia.

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  2. Wonderful words and pictures, Lucy. 🙂 I think we do have to know both to appreciate them.

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  3. I’m a huge fan of light/dark, yin/yang, two sides of the same coin… Exactly. We cannot appreciate one without the other. Indeed, we can’t HAVE one without the other.

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