Venus alone rules
in azure sky
burns beneath her
from afar fearful
of drawing near
thaw his heart
light unable to
thus he admires
*Note: the above photo of Venus Was taken on March 29th at twilight. The other artwork I found on google images no credit was listed, it is lovely though. The following song is for your listening pleasure. 🌎✌🏻💙
￼Shocking Blue in 1970 “Venus” was issued in the Netherlands in July 1969 as a single, backed with “Hot Sand”, on the Pink Elephant label. The song peaked at number three on the Dutch Top 40 on 12 July 1969, and remained at that position for a total of five weeks. Later that year, “Venus” was issued in several European countries and other worldwide nations. In the United States, “Venus” reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 on 7 February 1970. On 28 January 1970, it was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for sales in excess of one million copies in the United States. Worldwide, the single has sold over 7.5 million copies. “Venus” was included as a bonus track on the 1989 CD reissue of the group’s second studio album, At Home, originally released in 1969.
If you’d like to know move I have provided a link
silent neither seen nor felt~
slowly steals life’s breath
*Note: Here is how Dick’s lungs sound like under CORVID-19’s occupation
Follow the link below to get a complete understanding (not just the bullet point signs you have been getting) what it does to a body.
Take this opportunity to interact with your family (because so many of us live busy lives in today’s world). Do the things that you never seem to have time for. Put the phones down (maybe call that person you’ve been meaning to call for ages before you do) forget scheduling. Play those board games that have been collecting dust in the closet. Read to your children or have them read to you. Older children and adults take a turn reading a chapter of an adventure novel out loud to the family. Pull out those pens, markers and crayons see who can color a picture of happiness. Safeguard yourself and others by sequestering. Be safe, sending out positive vibes and love. We will get past this.
*Note: Originally recorded by Jackie DeShannon in 1965. I find it still relevant today. I’m adding a link to Wikipedia regarding this song. What I found really interesting is the recording history, enjoy. 🌎 ✌🏻❤️