Mélanie

A treasure in itself

Mélanie is an adorable person that more than limited to one country she’s citizen of the world. From dawns in Japan, middays in Florida, sunsets in the Pacific Ocean her experiences enrich me because they are seen across eyes that have read and seen with European humanist culture, and a kind heart. Besides she is a formidable translator, I love especially her versions of poems.

Her playground is, although I’m sure the occasional visitant of my diary already knows it ;-), here.

Always is nice to have a time in the day to play :-)

Rainbow at dusk

Mélanie asked for a rainbow, an aurora borealis and the pure heart of a congressman in a coffer. Sadly I just could get the rainbows, I live in the austral hemisphere and will try to travel at least once to Ultima Thule; even worse my dagger have search in the chests of several politicians without success (but I’m still searching), so I could not fulfill the requirements TTT_TTT (I’m joking about the hearts btw XP)

The first image is in the countryside of Bolivia near the capital of an old Empire; the second is in Juliaca city years before when I didn’t know how to use a camera, so the shake in it.

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17 thoughts on “Mélanie

    1. Dzień dobry Wanda, good night for me and miłego dnia for you ^_^
      I like rainbows because they are like giants smiles upside down, I’m glad you like them too.
      Buziaki from far away, Wanda. I wish you a warm day with long shadows ;-)

  1. well, it’s a very pleasant surprise… I’m glad and honored, mille merci! thanx! muchas gracias, Francis! you did touch mi corazon…<3 HHH = huge heartfelt hugs y hasta proxima…:-)
    * * *
    P.S. as I've already mentioned @ "about": I don't follow any blogs… désolée! better later than not at all…;-)

    1. You touched mine much time ago :-)

      Don’t worry about the following, certainly one of the first think I read in your playground was your “about me” page. I loved your sincerity and I share your dislike, for example, with automatic likes. I read you with great pleasure as always and even if you wouldn’t see me again I still would be happy to know the world with your words and travels.
      In fact I’ve written for a few other persons and they don’t know about my diary, so that désolée has no place here, I prefer an smile ;-)

      1. @”I’ve written for a few other persons…” – wow, I’m stunned!!! no “désolée” anymore, I thought I was THE only one, THE unique one!!!:-))) just kiddin’, naturalmente…;-)))

  2. Melanie is a special person. I had the pleasure to know her through my poetry blog. Before becoming a world citizen, she was romanian citizen. He was born and spent part of her childhood in Romania. Although he left the country many years ago, but still write perfect in romanian language. At the beginning of my poetry blog, i used to write without specific romanian diacritics, because most computer keyboards do not contain those diacritics. In one day, i received a message from Melanie, saying he appreciates my poetry, and the text was written correctly, with romanian diacritics. When i saw that a world citizen make the effort to write me correctly, with romanian diacritics, and me, a romanian citizen with literary pretensions, don’t use diacritics, i felt ashamed. The next day, i bought a keyboard with romanian diacritics (unfortunately it is hard to find), and then i started writing correctly on poetry blog. This is the lesson that i received from Melanie! I do not know if she has an affinity for her native country, but i am proud that Romania can sending in the world, such peoples.

    1. I think she has an affinity for the world as a borderless amazing place. She taught me my first Romanian word: “Apu” for dusk. She’s unique and she takes the time to read you seriously, a value that is rare in this age of “likes” and “followers” where just a few seems to have the interest to really know to other persons.

      1. Ha! Ha! you lost an “s”! Correct is: “apus” = dusk! If Melanie teach you, romanian words, it means that still has feelings for Romania!

      2. Of course, she even post a visit to a friend there. I’m sure if you put a search you’re going to find it.
        Post-Data: Mulţumesc mult for the “s”, it would be horrible to have said it in that way to Mélanie :S

      3. You already know three romanian words! For this, with my authority as romanian citizen, i hire you as ambassador of Romania in Juliaca! :D

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