Poems and stories of love & heartbreak.
February 13, 2015 § 15 Comments
Tagged: art, breaking up, Photographer: Jason Lee Parry, poet, Poetry, quotes, walking away, writing
HA! Can relate to this incisive little poem, maybe TOO much 😉 (and you KNOW from which ‘side’ as well) 😀
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One of my friend might perfectly relate to this. I’ll make her read it.
It touched my heart. Very well written. Good job.
Thanks you thank you. XO
Ohhh, too true for some. Hopefully this poem will prevent more pocket-sized girls!! :-0
love the whimsy of the woman walking away.. sometimes good bye are not said because they want to, but because they must.
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Wonderful photo. I love the swing of her skirt. “His love ain’t worth a penny” sizes up the natural wisdom of the girl.
this reminds me of a theory I had that women of a certain nature keep one guy around until another takes the bait, the pocket theory.
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jinxx ♠ xoxo
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