Balancing Your Heart

Living in the soul, breathing deeply in the sun light

Dancing on the waves feeling the melody sooth your soul

The sound of the seagulls flying away

Balancing your heart with the beating of the water on your skin

The turbulence of the wind pulsating against your face

The music plays on in the essence of your heart.


Rolling with the tides, the magical glare of the light reflecting in your eyes

The diamonds that float away with the tides

The silver strings of your heart learn to capture the ambiance of life.

Swimming in the deep blue sea, the refreshing smell of the salty sea

The love pitter patters with every flashing wave.


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Kathryn Stratford 3 years ago from Manchester, Connecticut

That is such a pretty poem. The imagery is fantastic. I feel like I am beside the water right now.

Thanks for sharing this with us, and have a wonderful day!

~ Kathryn


Manatita44 3 years ago

Noble effort, right track. If your thing is to produce plenty, then by all means do so. If you should feel that you can caress them more, kiss them sweetly, and walk with them in the moonlit hours, then, according to the nature of your character, it may be useful to slow down and aim for transcendental heights. Heavenly love.


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HattieMattieMae 3 years ago from Limburg, Netherlands Author

Thank you Manatita 44, thank you for your poetic wisdom. Thanks for reading.

Thank you kathryn as well for your insight, and appreciate your nice comment. :)


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shamela 3 years ago

Dear HattieMattieMae,

I find too many beautiful verses in your poem.

Your poem is well written. It just has words that are in harmony.

My favorite part of your poem is about the deep sea.


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HattieMattieMae 3 years ago from Limburg, Netherlands Author

Thank you shamble! Glad you enjoyed it! :)


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HattieMattieMae 3 years ago from Limburg, Netherlands Author

Thank you Manatita, always appreciate your insight! Thanks for reading!

Thank you Katheryn, glad you liked it, and thanks for your kind words. :)

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