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hear me now
keep my plea
A small fee
seals the promise
Trevi Fountain, Rome, 2003Photo by: c.b.w.
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Love the “copper wish” Great poem and photo
Beautiful. I spent a semester in Rome when I was in college. We were 3 blocks from the Pantheon and about a block and a half from the Forum…and a few blocks from Piazza Navona and a bit over a mile from the Vatican. What an amazing semester it was.
I’ll bet that was incredible! I only got to be there for four days, which just wasn’t enough. It’s such a beautiful city with so much history and warmth.
Roman sculptures are some of my favourite. Your poem captures the essence of the fountain.
They really are incredible. You can really feel the passion Italians have for life.
As usual in these posts, both the words and the pictures are awesome. Rome must really be something to visit! It’s not totally out of reach …we’ll see what happens…
I threw a coin in the fountain to make sure I return one day. It really is a magical place.
Beautiful photo, lovely poem!
Thank you so much!
Love that poem! I can hear those “ancient echoes” from your description!
Thank you! I’m glad you enjoyed it.
Wow, beautiful picture and powerful message.
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