Poems and stories of love & heartbreak.
February 2, 2015 § 19 Comments
Tagged: Boo, easy, love, nostalgia, Poetry, quotes, relationships, writer, writing
That’s a question that we all have at some point whether male or female. It’s not so much about placement on the list as it is presence on their lips and memories. You are eloquent as usual.
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You were his start at one point and he was yours .. absence of light is not darkness but just that..absence .. so the fact is there was light at one point and it is beautiful that your heart strings tug on it..even now grasping to then light that was.. love the choice of picture , your words and their eloquence! Thanks for sharing .. quite touching. Hugs
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Got it 😉
Wow. Your words are beautiful, thank you for sharing them. Hugs back xoxox
Have made two attempts with your email link to send a message. Both returned undeliverable. Let me know if you have a problem at your end.
My email is full…. The problem is def my end
New email is firstname.lastname@example.org !
It trickles, meanders, slows and it speeds
Within imagination simmers and grows
A promise and a truth of eternal reality
Present in an heartbeat of ones very existence
Pure and true – a will to live and love
A feeling, an emotion and a choice of this moment.
I like the first two stanzas, they are so Dorthy Parker, a straight-forward and honest question.
Whimsical, a little sad, and quite, quite beautiful.
I find myself thinking about those pasts and those I knew. Its hard to know what “would have happened if…” with one person or another. Thanks for such a beautiful way of expressing these things!! More hugs!!
My girl loves you and your poetry! And so do i!
Do you mind writing a poem for my son who is two years old,
I haven’t seen him in a year and I miss him so so much!
His name is Katlego it means success,,,
Me and his mum are having some relationship problems caused by my unemployment.
Very sad that an innocent soul has to suffer for something so useless.
Thanks in advance…
My Facebook name is molapisi Kennett
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Amazing.. Just wow.. Each time I read your posts, I just get mesmerized. Really great work. Your work is full of personality. I could never do something like this
You’re back!! Wow thank you so much xoxo
Yes I am, Its been a while since I had time to visit my account here. First thing I did was to visit your page, I just love the way you write. Its refreshing. After reading, I can close my eyes and say that life is good.
Awe I am so glad. xo
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