The Soft Blue Road Bend (Lyrics for the Lost Souls)

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There was a soft blue road bend.
When you saw it, light changed you, the moment of bliss we all want.
Then something happens.
Now you are a lost foreign soul.
And you create this little chant/song/short story/poetry, you choose what it is.
There is light, hope, a road, the bend.
A fall and the will to return.
With words or lyrics... it is for you, for us all.
It has a melody. It is our melody. More
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  • Category: Fiction » Inspirational
  • Words: 1,840
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781370156146
About Alessia Ghisi Migliari

It was a very windy day, when I was born.
It was 1978 - a century has gone, it seems.
I'm a writer, psychologist, photographer and I'm always here, adoring Art.
Writing is music, words are note (maybe a piano? Often an orchestra).
And photography means "writing of light", so here we return.
Now my life is frozen, my body is keeping me still, but I'm trying to come back.
I have plenty of ideas to realize.
There is so much beauty in the world...
I have to conquer a little part of it.
So, I'm here with my words.
I'm an unknown novelist with my own voice - not a great name, but I've got the dignity of my thoughts and feelings. I think we all have the right to express ourselves - the wonder of being us, always.
I won literary contests and I published some books, but creating imagines through the sound of lyrics, prose or not, goes further, I know.
From my corner - is it so important where it is?
I'm a citizen of the whole, I hope.

Nice to meet you.


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LoAmelia reviewed on Aug. 30, 2016
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Ohhh thanks to added me as favorite :) :)
My contact is if you want to send me an hello :)
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LoAmelia reviewed on Aug. 30, 2016

Your name is Italian, but this book is written in English, so I'll write here to you in English. Sorry for my poor English :)
I've to admit that it was the cover that, at first look, has attracted me. Then the title. Your little book has evoked in me hope. I am Italian and I live in Switzerland and I am very very sick. Reading is my only activity. Believe me, I have lost any hope but your book, for the first time in years has make me think: Life is here. Forgive me, I don't want make you sad with my words, but I learned, at last, that the disease is loneliness. Words are very precious to me. So thanks for the words in these books.
It must be nice to have so many people who dedicate a book.Thank You again. Amelia
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