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The world of silence-March 1991-Adjusted-January 2013


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the world of silence
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The world of silence
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Alone to be yourself
Through your eyes
Not another’s
Befriending
Harmony to
Whom you owe
Nothing, everything…

You pick conticent
Plenitude that
Obliges nothing…
Words unsettles
Whereas silence…
In blessedness
In its right measure

Nothing better for
Unadulterated repose.
Alone for the world tires…
Verbal duels, ambiguous
Phrases, complex minds,
Primeval instincts…
Wary, dominant,

Sometimes wild,
Sensitivity at skin level,
Applying pity in most
Unforeseen moments…
Very little for you who
Flees from all that.
Weary to the point…

Of taking refuge in
The World of silence.

And all you need is rain (Trees 6. Final) 3.6.2013


And all YOU need... ©copyright2013owpp

And all YOU need…
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This is the final of a series…The end of a photo collection carefully chosen for a project very close to my heart, the tree project.
I hope you enjoy it as much as I did bringing it to completion.

And all you need is rain
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The artist clamors your abstract
Your depiction of natural history
Monet invents the layout of his …
The picnicker requests your stool
The bird liens a nest.
The parking lot… A division
Towns, parks, solicitate your flourish
And all you need is drops of rain.

...is rain! ©copyright2013owpp

…is rain!
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Impressionism ©copyright2013owpp

Impressionism
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Monet invents... ©copyright2013owpp

Monet invents…
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The picnicker's stool  ©copyright2013owpp

The picnicker’s stool
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The bird liens a nest ©copyright2013owpp

The bird liens a nest
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The parking lot ©copyright2013owpp

The parking lot
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Flourish in town ©copyright2013owpp

Flourish in town
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Town, parks soliciting... ©copyright2013owpp

Town, parks soliciting…
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Warts, of any kind, forget the doctor, head to the kitchen


I am so fascinated by this piece of knowledge which I feel could come to help so many people that I simply had to reblog it!
My thanks goes to this amazing blogger… Living Simply Free

P.s

Having tried out on my youngest this method (I had done it many years ago and was reminded by my kids about it) I have to add the lesson I learnt in the process.

By putting too much garlic which spread onto healthy skin I burnt it so, as a result I came up with the idea of putting garlic on a sticky plaster (no gauze) which will allow only the wart to come in contact with the garlic.

I hope this information will help prevent others from these mishaps.