Lionel Dub

(22 sept.1987 / Reims (51) , France)

Beauté naturelle


De ce bleu azur, je peux entrevoir la beauté naturelle à travers ces fins nuages blancs rafraîchissant l’air, donnant une vision du monde claire et unique, loin des chamailleries et conflits, mineurs et majeurs, de politiciens, dans l’espace et le temps.

De la douceur du vent sur mon beau visage, je ressens le sucre de la vie, et la paix de vivre dans ce moment utopique, loin des guerres et conflits faisant rage, et déviant de l’idéal patriotique simple de l’humanité.

En cela, un visage m’apparaît, d’une situation passée, comme étant le calme et la sérénité, de ce moment unique que je remercie d’être, enchantant cette journée, changée par la charge médicale, la rendant plus belle que la veille.

Lionel Dubos

Submitted: Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 18, 2013

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Créé le 23 juillet 2013
- sentiment retranscrit au petit matin.

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