Monday, June 1, 2015

Lover By The Shore to Puppyhood 

The magic of a lover's dream of hope 

The magic light of finding that special hope 

Lover By The Shore (Italian sonnet) 

He waits for lover there down by the shore
The promise in his heart says she’ll be there
And they will share what were but dreams before
He feels her breath the magic in the air
Within her eyes the sparkle of the sea
The song he hears it whispers to his soul
Forever will caresses set us free
To have you by my side will make me whole
But voices from the town would come around
Reminding lover of the passing days
And still his dream is nowhere to be found
So why not cast aside these silly ways
Their days of doubt did wear upon his hope
But faith in her somehow this lover saves
Perhaps some welcome rest will help him cope
And as he slept a shadow swept the waves

The fiery nature of this lover's belief in his dream called for: 
"The Fire Knife Dance - Glidecam" 
Music composed by Elton Luz 

On to the next dream 

Did you know, once their sense glands develop, puppies can smell up to 1,000 times better than a human. It wouldn't surprise me if they can smell love. Which brings us to a young man and Chloe. Chloe is a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, according to Purina Puppy Chow. They should know, as they (Nestlé Purina Petcare) are a leading producer of pet foods and they in partnership with Buzzfeed Video created this ad. In it a young man stumbles upon a puppy. He purchases the puppy, and some supplies. and brings her home. A special bond quickly develops.
My words cannot do justice to the cuteness and magic brought to life in: "Puppyhood"

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