A rose with thorns


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by Monica

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Cine nu îndrăznește să înțeleagă spinii, nu ar trebui să își dorească trandafirul.

  • Anne Brontë

Aceasta este expoziția mea.

Voi…

sunteți criticii.

Eu…

creatorul. 

Thorns are the soldiers

Beauty must be protected

Love among petals

 

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ENGLISH VERSION

But he who dares not grasp the thorn, should never crave the rose.

  • Anne Brontë

This is my exhibition.

You…

are the critics…

Me…

the creator.

Thorns are the soldiers

Beauty must be protected

Love among petals

mopana-rose-with-thorns

mopana-my-exhibition

Click on photo to see my Drawing Exhibition

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30 thoughts on “A rose with thorns

  1. Loved the haiku (I favour the 5-7-5 format in English). The quote from Anne Bronte was a surprise; I’m 17,000 words into writing a story in which I’m trying to say what she said in just those13 words!

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  3. Hi Monica. Thanks for the twitter ‘boost’ of my ‘power of words’ post. I just mentioned you (and an odd ‘coincidence’ re your Anne Bronte quote) in my latest post talking about my writing process and used your drawing of a rose – credited of course. I’ve got a mention of two Romanian ‘musica populara’ singers and string quartet in there. Our writers’ club is doing another ‘performance’ in a local library this coming Saturday so I’m just tidying up a children’s Easter story for that; I’ve tucked a fun haiku in that (and a limerick). Then I’ll be finishing my ‘long story’ thanks to Anne Bronte (did I tell you that I live only 10km or so from the Bronte village and visit frequently?).

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    • Hey! Hi, my friend 🙂 I saw your post where you mentioned me and my blog and, with your permission, I will reblog it this Saturday 🙂
      I think it is very nice and interesting to live so close to the Bronte village, especially if you like what she wrote.
      Have a great week, my friend!

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