Far Beneath The Bitter Snows

Love is in da blog

Happy February! I’m participating in Bee’s fun music challenge again and hope you’ll join in (you don’t have to play every day).

Today’s theme is a love song about spring and this one by Bette Midler has always resonated with me. It’s so lovely and full of hope. Who knows, right?

When the night has been too lonely and the road has been too long
And you think that love is only for the lucky and the strong
Just remember in the winter, far beneath the bitter snows
Lies the seed, that with the sun’s love in the spring becomes the rose

~*~

Written for Love Is In Da Blog Day 16.

Image credit to Happy Color.

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10 responses to “Far Beneath The Bitter Snows

  1. People sure do have a lot to say about love. Nice song Paula.

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  2. Oh, another of my favorites!! You have excellent taste in music.😻🎶

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  3. Love this song, and familiar with it by Elaine Page and Westlife. Bette Midler will always have the edge though. Brilliant film too.

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  4. Such a beautiful song. Thanks for the reminder… 😚🙋‍♀️🐝

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  5. This song always made me cry when it was played on the radio. I always heard it as spiritual advice, and it hurt to think how far I still had to go. I can hear it without crying now, but it is still an inspiring song for me. I wish I could have said to my younger self to just calm down and enjoy it.

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  6. A classic song!
    👍

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