Posted on April 3, 2015
by Elan Mudrow
Category: PoetryTags: Author, City, Destiny, Fortune Telling, Hands, Life, Love, Luck, Music, Nature, Palm Reading, Palmistry, Poem, Poetry, Talent, Writing
Great work, I enjoyed reading
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I enjoyed this, it lets us stop and appreciate all the things our hands really let us do on a daily basis. Too often we don’t realize just how important and vital our hands really are. To lose even one would be devastating and make even the simple things we take for granted difficult or impossible.
That was a joy to read. Thank you.
Don’t we underestimate the power of hands. Beautiful
That is lovely. I really enjoy your style.
Enjoyed this, thanks for sharing!
Made me realized the wonders of my eyes.
You are welcome.
Reblogged this on johncoyote and commented:
A very interesting blog. Good story/photo and interesting topic. Please read and enjoy the talented writer.
I like this. I do some hand reading myself. I liked the artwork. Very interesting.
“My hands still hold his messages…” Brilliantly beautiful.
Thanks so much!
Reblogged this on moralitythatbites and commented:
Maybe Juliet had a reason to fall for Romeo with his beautiful hands…
My heart beat fast as this… hands doesn’t seem to make me woo as much as your poem made me… your style although mesmerizing creates an eerie tension for me because it is so different? I like it.. a lot. You are a beautiful writer and poet. Your pictures seem simple against your burlesque writing. Can’t wait to read more of yours. Thanks for following. Followed you back :). I have a feeling I will be on your blog for some while.
I didn’t know one could so beautifully describe hands! M marveled 🙂
Cheers buddy! !
Thanks so much.
But now I am growing old and my hands are growing frail and weak. So now I must hold my treasures in my heart and be held in your heart.
Really left me breathless. I’ve always regarded my hands as tools. You’ve made me take a second look.
Still thinking about the poem and how to understand it, which I see as a good thing. Thanks!
It’s really beautiful.
Reblogged this on John Barleycorn.
Nice, and Nice again. You certainly have a Grip on the word and a true Grasp of the meter of life.
I have to Hand it to you. Two Thumbs UP !
The best thing I read today. Totally loved it. Keep writing with your magical hands. And thanks for the follow 🙂
Mmmh. I give that some thought for a potential revision.
a most important line missing….the one about your hands putting words on the page then giving them away… 🙂
so beautiful, I’ll never see my hands in the same light again! thank you for being!
That’s quite beautiful.
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