Rhythms of the heart

heart beats Ooh La La

in awe of the iron lady

love flows music plays


What do you see # 69 -February 15 2021

Image credit; Lucas Albuquerque


Photo by Lisa Fotios from Pexels

15 responses to “Rhythms of the heart

  1. Love this post! ❤ I am a fan of neon. The photo goes well with the poem. I like calling the Eiffel Tower an “iron lady.” Have a great day, Eugenia!

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    • Thank you so much, Cheryl, and thank you for noticing “iron lady”. I found the reference in my research for the Eiffel Tower via Wikipedia – ‘Locally nicknamed “La dame de fer” (French for “Iron Lady”)’.😊

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  2. Interesting! I remember Margaret Thatcher being called that. People may not often realize that poets do research. I often do research, especially for poems about animals or historical topics.

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  3. What a beautiful poem Eugenia. Thanks for joining in

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  5. I do like your poem, Eugenia, but now I can’t get Thatcher out of my head (I wasn’t a fan).

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    • I didn’t realize Thatcher was referred to as the ‘iron lady’ when I wrote the poem. I was referring to the Eiffel Tower also referred to as the ‘iron lady’. Seems Thatcher wasn’t too popular? Wasn’t she PM for 10+ years?

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  6. I never knew that the Eiffel Tower was also the iron lady, but it makes perfect sense. Thatcher was PM from 1979 to 1990. She polarized society and people still have strong feelings about her premiership. You either love her or hate her.

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