Tag Archives: Heart

Shot through the heart. . .


This right hand jet stream trailing

downwards, reminds me of a

“flaming arrow.”

 Feathery  feelings  float

and flutter on a whole 

different level.

This evokes thoughts 

of how different two 

people can be. 

One was raised

 be forthright and direct. 

Other protects his

heart while 


arrows of



The song with same title

as the post written today is,

“Shot through the Heart”

came out in 1984. 

The one I think of 

and know the lyrics is called,

“You Give Love a Bad Name.”

This was related in lyrics by

repeating within chorus the line,

‘shot through the heart,’ (1986).

Both are Bon Jovi songs. Band

member, Richie Samboro 

and Desmond Child

co-wrote 2nd song

with Bon Jovi.


Magenta pink hibiscus sends a Valentine’s message


Odes to flowers,

poems of love,

red and orange flames

of passion while the

deep, luxurious pink

of magenta deserves

adoration and warm regards.

The male stamen thrusts 

like a sword of passion and

romance while still staying 

“in touch with his feminine side.”


Thanks for reading my response

~ or ode to bright, cheery fuschia ~

Your thoughts are always 

appreciated, while your poetic

words add so much more. . .

Happy Valentine’s Day!

💖    🍥    🌸    🎶

Follow up to the doors: film reveal!



The most exciting film,

Steven Spielberg produced

and directed, to my three grown

children and to a multitude of people

would be the movie,

“E.T. the Extraterrestrial.”

Little Drew Barrymore,

the big brother actor

and the one whose heart

and mind connected completely

without much fear or trepidation,


was portrayed by Henry Thomas.

Thanks for looking at my local

Strand Theatre’s

Century of existence!

Located on West Winter Street,

Delaware, Ohio.