La guapa bandolera

We’re moments from serenity, so join me, let us fight for Love, for real…


In moments of serenity
Habitués, as I recall,
recline in vintage lounges
and sup their timeless treks
The gold flecks in your eyes
define my sacred pledge
Just promise …
you’ll love me if
we ever meet again

We’re moments from serenity
so join me, let us fight
for Love, for real,
uncloaks the darkest knight
Through moon drops let her beam
down rays of silver suns
until our rock’s serene
until all hearts
are won

( ◜◒◝ )♡ ♡〜

Photo credit: Léa Seydoux in Spectre via Standard UK


Life is short, so let’s be decent.

100 replies on “La guapa bandolera”

Good morning SB. Just wanted to say Hi and thank you for reading my work. Are you taking a break from your regular posting? Your work is very interesting and creatively unique. Btw, my all time favourite ending is Rhett Butler’s “Frankly my dear, I don’t give a damn!) Seems sadistic for me to say that but by the time I got to that part of Gone with the wind – I was balling my eyes out for everyone:-)

Have a fabulous Sunday! Best Chevvy.🌻🌻🌻

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Hello Chevvy, thank you so much for making me laugh out loud. That ending by Rhett Butler was my theme for last week. (Laughs and twirls with the wind). It’s kind of you to ask… (hardly anyone has noticed) about my updated posts. I have quite a few projects lined up but I’m taking a “We’ll see approach,” for publishing. My drafts folder is bulging. I didn’t want to be presumptuous and use a whole post to make an announcement about a vague feeling. I do appreciate your kind words. Have a fabulous week. xo

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Thanks for connecting me to your guapa world. Let those moon beams uncloak the darkest night. I look forward to seeing all those wonders on the other side of the veil…best wishes… Raj.


How lovely of you to visit, Raj. It was great visiting your blog. Your posts are informative and entertaining. I look forward to reading more from you, soon. xo


It’s the love poem that everyone wants to hear… So dreamy and wistful and romantic and so relatable to everyone who’s ever said goodbye without wanting to.

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Léa is surreal. I loved the nonchalant way in which she dusted those diamonds off her palm and into that Prada tote in that scene in MI:4. That’s a dangerous girl. xo


Thank you so much. I did not take part in Black Friday, though I was tempted to go shopping online. I didn’t buy a single thing. I’m always happy to have you guys over here. xo

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