35 thoughts on “Thirty-eight words

  1. Sunra Rainz Nov 20, 2021 / 15:14

    Blooming heck, Keith, that’s dark. Mental note not to wear blue velvet in future! 🙂

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  2. Dale Nov 21, 2021 / 02:17

    You are turning soft, Keith! And I love it. So much said in so few words.

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  3. hilarymb Nov 21, 2021 / 09:20

    Hi Keith – yes … really good, while I’m rather fond of the song. All the best – Hilary

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  4. Bill Nov 21, 2021 / 10:38

    I hope all is well, Keith. Great little sad story about the wonder of memories. And a little music by the Polish Prince never hurt anyone. 🙂

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    • Keith's Ramblings Nov 21, 2021 / 14:22

      It is and I trust it’s also with you. Until you mentioned it I’d forgotten that was his other name!

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      • Bill Nov 21, 2021 / 16:26

        I’d Googled him before I responded. I recalled that his father had changed the family last name and that he started using his middle name to avoid confusion with his father, But gosh, what a song. 🙂

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  5. rochellewisoff Nov 21, 2021 / 16:19

    Dear Keith,

    Ah, I actually thought about this song when I saw the word. My bridesmaids actually did wear blue velvet. 😉 Lovely and tender story. You do have a softer side, sir.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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    • Keith's Ramblings Nov 21, 2021 / 16:35

      One of them may well have inspired this song! I’m pleased you liked my change of style, I can occasionally do it if I put my mind to it!

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  6. dorahak Nov 21, 2021 / 16:30

    The graphic is fabulous, Keith, as is the story, sad but beautiful.
    pax,
    dora

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  7. jenne49 Nov 21, 2021 / 18:58

    A whole life in 38 words! Love and sorrow are such close sisters. Gtreat story, Keith.

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  8. Gr8BigFun Nov 22, 2021 / 01:25

    2 lives, 1 love, 1 blue velvet dress. Definately a tall task in 38 words. Well done!

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  9. Susi Bocks Nov 27, 2021 / 05:03

    I love that song and your exquisite micro-story, Keith!

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