“Dreams are like the paints of a great artist. Your dreams are your paints, the world is your canvas. Believing, is the brush that converts your dreams into a masterpiece of reality.”
Ah.. loved reading this - the wordplay is exquisite..
Purity Echoes.. yes Amity..it does.. you are a brilliant thinker..Well I complete one year of blogging today..know you will be there to join me in celebrations..
Beautiful picture & matching words adding fragrance. Pure.
This is a lovely flower. Silken beauty indeed!
It does indeed. Nice one.
amazing pic and words!!
This is so beautiful! What are these flowers called??
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Thanks Dark Lord... :-) glad you loved reading it... ;-)
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Thank you Shail, a kind of lily, it belongs to the lily family Shail but I dunno the exact name... :-) Maybe a white lily... :-)
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Hi Di, I guess it belongs to the lily family, maybe a white Lily? not so sure... :-) Thanks Di!
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I have them over at my mother's place and in my language it's called Kalyana saugandhikam (Quite a mouthful eh??) or Sugandhi. I googled for its English name and found it is called Common ginger lily or Garland flower :)The flowers have a silky look and your lines are very apt :)
Oh really? Great...:-) I took that photo in one of my hubby's aunt's garden....yes, the texture of the petal is silky, hence I thought it would be apt to use the word 'silken to touch'! Beautiful Kalyana, indeed! :-)