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My Heart's Wisper of Agony - LOVE Survive - A Poem

Updated on March 3, 2015
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A Desperate Morning

She was awake, lying in bed, she was grasping to breath.

Still she felt her slow breath, her heart beating slowly, her mind was weak.

She grabbed her pillow and pushed it close against her.

Her hands grasping for strenght to hold as she burst into tears.

Her pillow against her face wiping her tears, drying her eyes.

She was sobbing so deep, in despair..

It was early in the morning, a long day to moan.

Her body was weak, her heart, mind and soul full of desperation.

She stood up slowly, walking towards the covered veranda.

She grasped a deep breath and felt the fresh cold air on her chest.

She tried to stay for a while,

Her legs were trembling, she leaned on the armchair.

With all her strenght she sat down on her rocking chair.

She wrapped herself with a wool blanket, kept herself warm.

She laid her back against the rocking chair, with a little pillow on her head.

She dried her eyes with the blanket, her eyes focused on the rising sun

It was coming bright as the sun continued to shine.

She was thinking of the past, today and tomorrow.

Today is the beginning of the past and the start of a new tomorrow.

How she admired the rising sun and the wide ocean,

The never ending horizont.

Would this be her life, like the sun.

When the night comes, it is full of darkness,

The sun will sleep, waiting for another day.

When the day comes, it shines and the day would be bright again.

When the sun don't shine, the rainy days will come.

Like yesterday, today and tomorrow.

She begun to cry though the sunshine smiles.

Is life full of misery and pain?

Will she had that bright day once again?

She wondered why? Her life to be happy just smple as can be.

Instead of giving all the strenght to survive.

To walked all through the thorns with pain and agony.

Her heart was squeezing in pain...

Her heart was lonely and empty..

Why did it have to be that way?

Did she want to survive or gave it all away.

Can she manage the pain and agony...

To live with it day by day.

Is there still hope for a new beginning?

All these thoughts rolled in her mind.

The telephone was ringing, she came back to herself,

She runned to the telephone and heared him saying:

"I am sorry my dear, i want to come back."

Her heart's agony disappeared, she felt cured.

She said, " Whatever happens, we know we love each other, this we have to keep in our hearts to survive."


Don't Bury Me - Stefan Elena

How Do I Live Without You (Trisha Yearwood)

Because You Loved Me Ceine Dion with lyrics

Coming Around Again - Carly Simon

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    • carolp profile imageAUTHOR

      Carolina 

      7 years ago from Switzerland

      Thank you meow48. I guess most women might have ecounter this emotional crises which one can consider a part of a relationship.

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      meow48 

      7 years ago from usa

      thankyou for the follow, decided to check out your profile while at work, eek, really liked the descriptive nature of this hub in regards to grief over a relationship potentially lost... and then found. take care.

    • carolp profile imageAUTHOR

      Carolina 

      7 years ago from Switzerland

      Thank you Denise Handlon. Glad i had written this which i really did not expect that i can make it. But i did, this was a spontaneous idea and i just kept on writing and found out i did it until the end. Now i really enjoy writing. Glad to meet you, your a great writer.

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      Denise Handlon 

      7 years ago from North Carolina

      Beautiful poem. very touching.

    • carolp profile imageAUTHOR

      Carolina 

      7 years ago from Switzerland

      Thanks ahorseback. So i get it right? I am not a writer but i love to write as part of my hobby.

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      ahorseback 

      7 years ago

      My my ,Carol P , One thing about writing is that we get to end the story "our way".....:-}Nice .

    • carolp profile imageAUTHOR

      Carolina 

      7 years ago from Switzerland

      Thanks for commenting epigramman. There are times that a man and a woman have to burst out the pain otherwise one would not be comfort from oneself. It is good to express all out what one feels, a normal way of stepping through this kind of crises, to feel better.

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      epigramman 

      7 years ago

      ...this is epic writing my friend which displays your obvious gift for weaving a story through a poetic tapestry of carefully crafted words.

      lake erie time Ontario, Canada 9:35am with my first cup of coffee today and listening to Japanese flute and koto music.

    • carolp profile imageAUTHOR

      Carolina 

      7 years ago from Switzerland

      Thanks for your comment JadedLove, i am glad you are now back home to your wife. The experience of this kind is horrible and needs strenght wether to give up or start for a new chance.

    • carolp profile imageAUTHOR

      Carolina 

      7 years ago from Switzerland

      prasetio30, thank you for your comment. These words describes the deepest emotion one had experienced in the past, the moment and tomorrow.

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      JadedLove 

      7 years ago

      this was and is very beautiful. It hit home for my wife and I split apart for two weeks and it was hell. I don't remember one day for they all seemed to be just one endless and timeless day. I was happy(beyond)that she called me home. I was so lost without her.

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      prasetio30 

      7 years ago from malang-indonesia

      This was so beautiful. Thank you very much. I love your word by word and all stunning pictures. Well done, Carol. Vote up!

      Prasetio

    • carolp profile imageAUTHOR

      Carolina 

      7 years ago from Switzerland

      Thanks VENZKHVAM. Hope to hear from you again.

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      Carolina 

      7 years ago from Switzerland

      Thank you Sweets21. Where there is love and when there is love, there is still hope to live a happy life. A kind, enduring, forgiving heart brings joy and everlasting happiness till the end. It is hard to find this kind of heart.

    • carolp profile imageAUTHOR

      Carolina 

      7 years ago from Switzerland

      Thank you Artin2010. Love and relationship is not always a journey to harmony and piece. The bitter spicy spices of life will come, are these trials to survive?

    • carolp profile imageAUTHOR

      Carolina 

      7 years ago from Switzerland

      ubanichijioke, thanks for your comment. To open up and express each others feeling will help the relationship grow to be strong inspite of the thorns and rainy days of life.

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      VENZKHVAM 

      7 years ago from Milk way galaxy, trying to find a more adventurous place in another galaxy with my great followers

      NICE

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      Tara Sellers 

      7 years ago

      I Love this, it made me want to cry and I didn't eevn know why she was in so much pain and I'm so glad it had a happy ending!!!

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      Artin2010 

      7 years ago from Northwestern Florida, Gulfcoast

      That is touching, why did he leave in the first place and I wonder why he returned? Very nice piece! Art

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      Alexander Thandi Ubani 

      7 years ago from Lagos

      Lovely piece. I followed it from beginning to the end. Thank God he came back and washed away her pain. I hope i learn from this. Voted up

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