Friday, October 06, 2006

"For the Hopeless Romantic"

and.....there's more......

First of all, I love that this was written by a woman and the fact that it dates to 120 B.C. Sappho lived on the Greek Island of Lesbos and only fragments of her writing exists today. I hope you enjoyed my presentation and if you did...let me know, maybe I will do it again and I welcome all suggestions.

Have a romantic day :)


Blogger Laini said...

So beautiful and sexy -- I too love that those words bridge so many centuries. Wow!

11:30 AM  
Blogger red sun said...

LOVE this poem.... so transcendant and romantic.

More please!!!

1:19 PM  
Blogger Turquoise CRO said...

YES!!! I LOVE romance!!! Thank YOU dear Darlene! I've been wanting to go to Greece!!! It used to be Paris but it changed sometime last year or the first of this year, can't remember! Happy Romantic Friday to YOU too! xooxooxx I'm singing that tune again thanks to you, "LOVE is in the air!"

2:09 PM  
Anonymous Teresa said...

Most beautiful. I would like very much to see more!! It's better seeing it written out like that rather than typed, don't you think?

Oh I just loved this, I could feel it as I was reading it.

I am such a romantic nut. Thanks for sharing.

Can't wait for more....

Sending you some love today!!

2:27 PM  
Blogger la vie en rose said...

i did, i did!

2:32 PM  
Blogger twitches said...

I do like this - the writings and the colors of the pictures. A very cool post.

4:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

this is so awesome. thank you for posting it. i would love to read more.

4:28 PM  
Blogger Letha Sandison said...

I read a novel that tells the story of Sappho's was wonderful and very romantic. I will try to remember the name for you.

The pics are wonderful.

9:16 PM  
Blogger Dana said...

I love this presentation. The hand-written words make a huge difference in the feelings they evoke.

10:07 PM  
Blogger Goddess of Leonie said...

wow, you have beautiful handwriting dars...

i love it...


4:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was just thinking the same thing Leonie said: "Gorgeous handwriting".

The presentation was very cool.

7:09 AM  
Blogger bb said...

Oh, you know how I feel about your handwriting, absolutely stunning, my lovely - a delight to see it on the screen!

I caught a sneak preview of this post before and wondered if you were going to re-publish :-) - so glad you did!

One of the most interesting things about Sappho is that there is strong evidence that the poetry fragments left were those written collectively, and that the name 'Sappho' was the 'umbrella name' they worked under, rather like an artist's studio. Sounds a bit like a bloggie fristerhood :-)

lots of love to you today, beautiful, romantic Darlene x x x x x

9:26 AM  

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