Poems and stories of love & heartbreak.
October 5, 2012 § 14 Comments
..and started laughing.
Tagged: bright, dancing, Fun, happy, Journaling, laughing, living life to its fullest, love, quotes, red dress, smiling, teas and trains, writer
Short to the point and very very True!
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Thank you 🙂
Short and beautifully poetic; but I hope it’s not true. When we stop caring, even in the context of a failed relationship, it is not a time for laughter. It is a time for introspection and, hopefully, building the strength to care again and again and again.
True true i agree. But I’ve already done the introspection part :). Btw, did you ever get the email I sent you a few weeks ago? I couldn’t access your blog.
Gosh, Coco, that’s disappointing. I have a devil of a time finding anyone’s blog’s (except for those I subscribe to). I always get yours. I don’t remember getting your email… but I was on vacation @ Yellowstone and Glacier Park & then my internet provider went bad. I’ve only been back on my computer for one day, now. All I can suggest is that you google rosewater12.wordpress.com. Since finishing THE UNEXPECTED RETURN OF ELIOT ROSEWATER, I only posted a short story called SHOOTOUT AT THE PIG FARM. Right now, I’m polishing up a story I wrote in 1977 & expect to publish it in December. I hope you like it. The working title is RECEPTOR. Thanks for writing. and. Thanks for Writing.
I agree. The poem is effective, but disturbing (which is effective in its own way). I try not to get attached to outcomes, but I never lose compassion for myself or others. I just can’t.
She didn’t lose compassion, she stopped caring about things she shouldn’t be caring about :]
Makes sense. 🙂
Amen my sister. Amen.
She stopped caring…
… And started dancing.
Laughter is the best medicine, milady! As is revenge! 😉
laughter and smiles are contagious!
Gotta love laughing. 😀
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