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Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Rainbow Colors-Yellow

Vince takes Lil to the local zoo, and finds a shady spot by the stream where they can be alone to enjoy a picnic. His intention is not to visit the animals that reside at the zoo, but to have a nice quiet place out in nature with the woman he loves.

Their feelings for each other have withstood the test of time, and they are now having their own responsibilities with other people in their separate life. Too much pain for too many lives is at a stake if Vince and Lil go forward with their desire. So they just love, and spend a couple of days out of a year for one another. It's the pumping force of blood that sustains their souls.


They are both happy and accepting the limited connection. For Lil, Vince is the perfect man of her dream. He pays attention to details. He knows exactly what she likes and dislikes. He is considerate to everyone around him, and not just Lil. Vince is a gentleman from the old-school, but with a touch of modern changes.

Lil appreciates Vince more when the thought of living with another man for over two decades, and he has no idea who she is or what she likes. Lil feels alive and valuable for the short time she has with Vince.

After the picnic, Vince picks a bunch of dandelion flowers and presents to Lil. In a gentle voice, he says, "Like dandelions, our relationship is rare and special! Remember us this way!"

Lil accepts the dandelions with sparkling eyes. She feels a lump in her throat and softly replies, "They are beautiful when you look at them closely."

Vince runs his hand down her hair and smiles..

Linking this post to Rainbow Yellow at Jenny Matlock!

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17 comments:

  1. Ahhhh..I love your mini love story...pretty yellow flower too!!~

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  2. How romantic!

    Great image too-is it really a dandelion? I never knew they were that pretty!

    Best wishes,
    Natasha.

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  3. It a shame they can't be together.

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  4. I love it! Dandelions would be a wonderful show of affection... :)

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  5. Beautiful story! I appreciate dandelions too. They hold special memories from my childhood.

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  6. This is such a sweet story. i think dandelions are so pretty.

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  7. savoring this installment of your perfect love story!

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  8. Thank you everyone for your support!

    Natasha--It's a dandelion!

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  9. I love this sweet little story Mumsy. Dandelions are very special to me too, Cait would always pick them for me and I always put them in water as if they were the finest roses. Because to me, they were!

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  10. Such a sweet and charming story of love. So childlike in its innocence. The bouquet of dandelions is exactly what a small child would hand his first love. Fabulous post Mumsy.

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  11. It's like in the movie. Very romantic but fateful.

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  12. Dandelions, clover, chicory... they are so pretty in macro. I love them and your pretty little romance. It is so sweet, innocent and stirring. Oh, if only...

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  13. your mini love stories are just wonderful!

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  14. What a touching story and that dandelion is beautiful.

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  15. Love.

    Dandelions.

    The great outdoors.

    Innocence.

    Awww...

    Another perfect story from our own Mumsy.

    And another great stop on the little journey through Alphabe-Thursday's Rainbow Summer School.

    Thank you for linking.

    A+

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