Poems and stories of love & heartbreak.
December 13, 2013 § 19 Comments
Tagged: belief, dating, dreamer, dreaming, fairy tale, faith, imagination, love, magic, Never Never Land, Poetry, quotes, relationships, writer, writers world
Every time I skim my email…my heart skips a tiny beat when I see that you’ve posted something new. Been following for a little while now. Great stuff, ma’am.
Awe thank you Eric, tht makes my day! ;]
You’re very welcome. Keep on keepin’ on! =)
this is lovely – i find ‘they’ never believe in magic.
Love the magic of this blog and really, really, want that bed!
If Coco were not so busy – probably engaged in matters of romantic consequence – she would certainly post more often wouldn’t she?
Vincent Mars ! As if I would every choose love over writing.
One that would share your magic, would never let you doubt nor wonder, well said!
What a beautiful expression of your magic!
Oh my god. You summed up an idealist’s (INFP) view towards love perfectly. I am so immersed in my own fantasy world that when I am attracted to a guy, I always build this perfect idea of him in my head which is eventually shattered by reality. I just. Almost cried. Stupid, I know, to mourn a person that never was. Out of curiosity, do you know your personality type?
Yes! For Meyers Briggs Test I am an ENFP. For the KOLBE.com Test, I am a 3|2|10|3 !
Nice! You’re like an extroverted form of INFP! No wonder I detected notes of such idealism and wonder and fantasy woven through your post. Hello, fellow dreamer 🙂
Oh hello (insert emoji wave ;] ) !!!
wonderful post. so important to find someone that believes in magic too )
This reminds me of the way you grew up, way up there in the tree branches of your back yard!
This is really awesome. I love the use of magic but kind of without defining it, like what kind of magic is she talking about? Very mysterious and provocative
Nice, your world of magic is very beautiful!
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