“The crown of literature is poetry.”
William Somerset Maugham
How beautiful!. Sorrow seeps like ethereal threads through these lines...
MOM! Welcome back. What a nice surprise this morning....Lonely and thoughtful, but as always written in a way that is completely yours. (Want to discuss more later...) Great to see you back...
kay!!yes, welcome back! i can't tell you how happy i am to see a new post. hope this means you're doing well, better and better. :)and this - just a whisper, but so powerful. it feels transitory, but continuous at the same time. amazing, as always.
And so, here we are still. I feel like this one is written for me. Of course, that's what good poetry often does, isn't it? Joaquin says it's a whisper. I agree: a breath. Gorgeous picture - mysterious and mystical!
Welcome back, Kay. You've truly been missed. Love the new photo (top right).I do hope your hands have fully recovered, and that the surgery and therapy have rendered your hand movements pain-free.Cheers.
Zaina - how lovely a compliment, thank you.Merissa - thought I would surprise you! Glad we had a few minutes to talk about poetry (this one) and art....loveJoaquin - I appreciate your friendship and thoughtful words. You always make me feel better! :)Karen - lol...yes, we are. Glad this had meaning for you. Thanks so much, dear poet friend.S.L. - so great to see you. I am trying to work through limitations - will do what I can. Thanks so much for your kind words.
I'm speechless. We have missed your disturbing( in a good way) revelations of our truths.Kay, send this to The New Yorker. Please.
hahaa...Thanks, Terry, you always brighten my day (in a good way) love...
Welcome back Kay!I hope your hands are fully recovered.Really missed reading your poems. "Beyond the Veil" is so deep and sad - but so totally true.
Margaret - I have missed visiting your blog, too. I'll be around soon. Thank you so much!
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