Poems and stories of love & heartbreak.
May 7, 2013 § 20 Comments
Tagged: can't buy time, Journaling, keep on dreaming, life is precious, love and stuff, people are precious, Poetry, quotes, time, time flies, time is precious, who is John Galt, writers world
Beautiful words. 🙂
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This poem is sad and wistful. It speaks of the heartache and the regret that we all feel when we find the years have long passed. It is a very good poem, in that sense, but…
I wouldn’t wish anyone to write a poem such as this. Then again, I may be taking the subject matter too seriously. I do that far too often. lol.
Reblogged this on nicrt(s); untypical.
U. R. incredible!
This is an absolutely delicious piece of work!!!
It’s so universal….
Only five years or is it millennia-you were a young writer, and I, your new, young reader, but She is always the same; steadfast and skittish, reliable yet relentless. Not mere regret; She leaves longing in her wake; She draws me along and I know you are composing there, not far ahead . . .
Hugs and blessings,
Awe you are ever wonderful.. thank you for your uplifting words of praise and prayers. Hugs back.
It’s no wonder we follow your blog Miss Coco Ginger Pops 🙂
I love this
Speaks of everyone’s regret
mysterious – time flies and important things and people have flown with it.
Very cool picture!
Can I share this on my FB page?
I wonder why is it that we realise the true worth of things in hindsight, and not so much as and when they are happening. I mean this happens with people all the time right ?
This is true. Time is never forgiving.
Amazing expression of a nearly universal sentiment….
It seems like everything you write is so profound and so beautiful. Are you published?
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