Farewell Sweet Love.

What shall I say,

as I watch your rain

pour among this sweet

summers breath?

What thoughts shall I have

to believe only the truth in a lie?

For time among us is broken and short,

And I must dream before I wake.

I watch your laugh,

oh what a glorious smile,

that drowns the regrets

that burn your face!

Hail this king and queen,

that burdens our minds

with burning witches

and hated anthems.

These thoughts

lack in meaning

but are filled with love.

So I bid you farewell

and a goodnights rest.

Farewell,

sweet love.

May I see you

when I awake from

eternal rest.

My empthay

bleeds my truth, and that is why I must say goodnight.

~Laurie~

 

 

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"Quill" 6 years ago

Well written, impacts the heart. Thank you for finding me and the blessing has been all mine.

Blessings from Canada


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Darlene Sabella 6 years ago from Hello, my name is Toast and Jam, I live in the forest with my dog named Sam ...

really touching my friend, I enjoyed your hub and I give you a thumbs up...great job keep on keeping on


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LaurieDawn 6 years ago Author

Thank you Quill for the kind words and for the blessings! I can always use those!

Blessings,

Laurie


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LaurieDawn 6 years ago Author

thank you my Sweet Friend for your kind words, and for supporting me.

Blessings,

Laurie


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saddlerider1 6 years ago

Parting is such sweet sorrow and to reunite after a rebirth is sublime. You conveyed a heart of hope and despair together. I liked your meter and flow of verse, very well done. Bravo


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LaurieDawn 6 years ago Author

Thank you Saddlerider! There is always a flicker of hope and a tad of despair in words, well in most of mine! That balance of life that gives us hope and allows us to experience it to the fullest.

Blessings,

Laurie


Doug Turner Jr. 6 years ago

Another nicely written poem. I heard whispers of Hamlet during the last few lines when the sweet farewells were being granted.


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LaurieDawn 6 years ago Author

Thank you Doug. I have always loved the poetry of the past, and the poetry of the present. Thank you for your compliments.

Blessings,

Laurie


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Nellieanna 6 years ago from TEXAS

Laurie -my sense of it as I read was that it was SO intimate and personal, I could only look enough to realize how deep you feel and how much you have endured. It's a beautiful poem and I'll be voting it accordingly - UP, beautiful, awesome. But I doubt if I could honestly say it is "useful" because of its very individual and personal nature. Hugs.


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LaurieDawn 6 years ago Author

Thank you Nellieanna. Words are often born out of experiences one has to endure, and enjoy. Thank goodness for the wonderful experiences too!

Blessings,

Laurie


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epigramman 6 years ago

...it`s amazing what you can say with so few words and yet make your readers feel this is an epic piece of writing - and I love your command of a language which is so unique to you and a pleasure for us to read ....... even though there`s a bitter in the sweet of love and living .........


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PookieB 6 years ago

Beautiful.


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LaurieDawn 6 years ago Author

Thank you Epigramman-There is always a bittersweet in the love and living of life. We love in our lives and at times we lose those we love-to perhaps to be seen in the heavens above when we reach our final destination.

Blessings,

Laurie

Thank you Pookie! Love you!

Laur


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acaetnna 6 years ago from Guildford

A beautiful heart felt piece of writing, very touching. Definitely voting up.


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LaurieDawn 6 years ago Author

Thank you Lovely Acaetnna. Writing always comes from the heart and soul I say. And I have read yours and found that to be so very true in your writing.

Thank you for stopping by and I hope to see you often.

Blessings,

Laurie

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